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  1. The Life Stories of Gippsland Lakes Fishers

    An oral history project involving SHAPS Fellow Nikki Henningham is preserving the memories of the people who fished the Gippsland Lakes before commercial fishing was shutdown. …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2021/04/02/the-life-stories-of-gippsland-lakes-fishers

  2. Gita Yoga: Interview with Dr Fay Woodhouse

    In October 2020, SHAPS Fellow Fay Woodhouse released her new book, Gita: Melbourne’s First Yoga School – 65 Years of History, exploring the different phases of …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2021/03/25/gita-yoga-interview-with-dr-fay-woodhouse

  3. Charles Coppel on Elias Godfrey Coppel CMG QC LLD on the Supreme Court of Victoria

    A video recording of Charles Coppel’s presentation to the SHAPS Fellows & Associates seminar (February 2021).

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2021/03/06/charles-coppel-on-elias-godfrey-coppel-cmg-qc-lld-on-the-supreme-court-of-victoria

  4. What Philosophy Can Tell Us About Sex and the Human Condition

    Dr Damon Young is an associate in Philosophy, and the author of several acclaimed nonfiction books, including Philosophy in the Garden (MUP 2012) and The Art …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2021/01/29/philosophers-on-sex

  5. David Palmer on Korean Forced Laborers in Wartime Japan

    During World War II, Imperial Japan relied on hundreds of thousands of Koreans for its economy. Authorities transported almost 800,000 Koreans from their homeland by force from 1939 to 1945 in the largest migration of non-Japanese into Japan in the country’s history. SHAPS Associate in History Dr David Palmer presented his research on this topic to the SHAPS Fellows & Associates seminar in October 2020.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2021/01/07/searching-for-mass-graves-of-korean-forced-laborers-from-wartime-japan

  6. The Queen who Defied the Holy Roman Emperor

    An Italian-born princess and sole heir to the Sforza dukedom, the life of Bona Sforza helps us understand how elite Renaissance women acquired, maintained and negotiated power. …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2020/12/20/the-queen-who-defied-the-holy-roman-emperor

  7. ‘Donkey Work’ and the History of Labour

    Kathryn Smithies, Associate in History, recently published the book Introducing the Medieval Ass, on the cultural and socio-economic history of the donkey (previously known as the ass) …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2020/11/20/donkeywork

  8. The Uncounted Death Toll of Coronavirus in Aged Care

    Associate in History Marama Whyte reflects on the acute crisis in the aged care sector that has been revealed so tragically by the pandemic.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2020/11/04/the-uncounted-death-toll-of-coronavirus-in-aged-care

  9. Feminism and the History of Democracy

    The English historian Catharine Macaulay (1731–1791) was one of the leading radical thinkers of her time and, yet, she has been largely forgotten today. In this …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2020/11/02/feminism-and-the-history-of-democracy

  10. Darius von Güttner on Bona Sforza, Queen of Poland

    Bona (1494–1557) was the Sforza heir to the throne of Milan and became the Queen of Poland. She was a key figure in the politics and …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2020/10/20/born-to-rule-bona-sforza-queen-of-poland

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