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  1. Sir Peter MacCallum: The man behind the monument

    Menu from a Luncheon in India, 25 October 1957.

    By Neville Yeomans This post was written as part of the graduate course Digital Humanities MULT900056. Neville Yeomans is currently undertaking a Doctor of Philosophy in …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/sir-peter-maccallum-the-man-behind-the-monument

  2. Microcosm of a global disaster

    By Margaret Mary Sheehan In the pages of the ‘Influenza Temporary Hospital Staff Register’, held by the  University of Melbourne Archives, is evidence of the Spanish …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/microcosm-of-a-global-disaster

  3. After the Armistice: Longing for the Sunshine

    Kelly Lenehan “Never in my life have I seen such a real demonstration of joy. People were dancing and singing, bands were playing and the gloom …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/after-the-armistice-longing-for-the-sunshine

  4. Soldier Tourism in the Ray Jones Collection

    Meghan Conrick Over the last century the First World War has fascinated Australians and this interest continues to breathe new life into the personal collections of …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/soldier-tourism-in-the-ray-jones-collection

  5. More than a “Degree Shop”

    Ravando Despite his short period (1935-38) in Melbourne, Sir Raymond Priestley made significant reforms at the University of Melbourne. As the first salaried Vice-Chancellor, his boldness …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/more-than-a-degree-shop

  6. Diary Entry Dated February 3rd, 1935

    Christopher Orrell To some a diary may serve as a memory aid, or as a place to collect their innermost thoughts. To others it may function …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/diary-entry-dated-february-3rd-1935

  7. An Antarctic joke and the journey to Australia

    Alice Margrison Antarctic explorer and University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor Raymond Priestley (1886-1974) kept a meticulous diary detailing his daily activities. This entry comes from the first …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/an-antarctic-joke-and-the-journey-to-australia

  8. Impoverished Artists

    Laurence Marvin S. Castillo The Daub art magazines produced by the students of the National Gallery Art School offer glimpses into the practices of art pedagogy …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/impoverished-artists

  9. “Well, well! What an unenviable job judging must be!” — dissenting reports from the 1947 Travelling Scholarship and Art School Prizes

    Mihai Bacaran    The Judges’ Report in the 1948 issue of DAUB —  consists of two conflicting assessments of the work submitted by students for the Travelling …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/well-well-what-an-unenviable-job-judging-must-be-dissenting-reports-from-the-1947-travelling-scholarship-and-art-school-prizes

  10. Priestley’s Penguins

    Andrew Fuhrmann There’s no doubt that Raymond Priestly (1886-1974) had a fondness for penguins. Open any of the fourteen volumes of his Australian diaries (1935-1938) and …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/archives/priestleys-penguins

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