Colonialism and its Aftermath

Lady Franklin Gallery Programme

Lady Franklin Gallery, Lenah Valley 4 November 2011 Work-in-Progress Day

Coffee available from 10.00

10.15 – 10.30 Welcome from the Executive: CAIA developments 2011/ 2012
10.30 – 12.00 Panel 1 Chair: Cassandra Pybus
  • Rebecca Kippen: Record linkage on the run: Using longitudinal data to track down paperwork absconders
  • Kate Quirk: Convict to Colonist: Towards an archaeology of emancipist social mobility
  • Hamish Maxwell-Stewart: Growing out of Crime? Convict Recidivism Rates in late 19th Century Tasmania
12.00 – 12.45 Lunch
12.45 – 2.15 Panel 2 Chair: Mitchell Rolls
  • Robert Clarke: Fictions of Reconciliation: Reading Groups, Literature and Reconciliation
  • Andrea Gerrard: We were there too: Indigenous Tasmanians in the First AIF
  • James Parker: Woorady's Machines: Tasmania's sophisticated water-craft constructed by a remarkable man
2.15 – 2.30 Coffee
2.30 – 4.00: Panel 3 Chair: Lucy Frost
  • Britta Hartmann: Echoes of Robinson Crusoe: Island Descriptions and Inscriptions in Nineteenth-Century Colonial Island Narratives
  • Eleanor Cave: "to take Charge of the said museum": the first manager of Ancanthe?
  • Amy Jackett: A Faint Star in a Clouded Sky: Exploring the Memory of Lady Jane Franklin
4.00 – 4.30 Concluding discussion about CAIA future directions