“Body of Evidence: Delving into the Personal and Emotional Life of a Colonial Magistrate” is a free public lecture presented by the State Library of Western Australia Foundation in partnership with the State Library of Western Australia and the Law Society during Law Week in May.
This is the first occasion that the Archive is being publicly discussed since its purchase by the State Library of Western Australia last year.
The central theme is the rare Robert Fairbairn Archive containing a collection of diaries and letters, and lots more, which has significant importance to the heritage of Western Australia.
The Keynote speaker is Dr Joanne McEwan who is Research Associate in History and an Adjunct Associate Investigator with the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions at The University of Western Australia
Details of the event are:
Body of Evidence Public Lecture
Date: Monday 13 May 2013
Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Venue: State Library of Western Australia Theatre, Ground Floor, State Library
This is a FREE event but bookings are essential
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