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RAHS Day Lecture – Idling in Green Places: A Life of Alec Chisholm

October 7 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Free

Russell McGregor will talk about his latest book, Idling in Green Places, which tells the story of Alec Chisholm, a pioneer conservationist who inspired Australians to see nature anew. Chisholm also won fame as a journalist, biographer, encyclopaedia editor and historian. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Australian Historical Society in 1961 and served two terms as president.

About the speaker: Russell McGregor is an award-winning historian and adjunct professor at James Cook University. He writes mainly on Australian environmental history, nationalism and race relations. Like Chisholm, he is a keen birder. His most recent book is Idling in Green Places: A Life of Alec Chisholm, which tells the story of a pioneer conservationist who once ranked among Australia’s most popular nature writers.

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Date:
October 7
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Royal Australian Historical Society
Phone:
(02) 9247 8001
Email:
history@rahs.org.au
Website:
www.rahs.org.au

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