THE POPULAR IS POLITICAL: STRUGGLES OVER NATIONAL CULTURE IN 1970s AUSTRALIA

How did popular culture make sense of the social change of the 1970s? Was the popularity of the ocker a reaction to the women’s movement? And how did popular histories on film and television contribute to this cultural contest?

The History Council NSW is proud to announce its popular Annual History Lecture will be delivered by Associate Professor Michelle Arrow, Macquarie University, as part of History Week 2017. Find out more: http://bit.ly/AHL2017

When: Tuesday 5 September 2017, 6:00-9:00pm
Where: The Mint, 10 Macquarie Street, Sydney
Cost: $45 HCNSW members / $50 General admission (excl fees) / $30 for students
Email admin@historycouncilnsw.org.au for the student deal

Bookings: http://bit.ly/AHL17tix

Drinks and canapés will follow the lecture.

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