The Tasmanian Roots of the Republican Issue


A public lecture presented by eminent Australian historian, Professor Henry Reynolds

Start Date

21st Mar 2012 5:30pm

End Date

21st Mar 2012 7:00pm


Stanley Burbury Theatre, University Centre, Churchill Avenue, Sandy Bay campus

RSVP / Contact Information

E:; T: 6226 2521

A free public lecture by
eminent Australian historian

Professor Henry Reynolds


The Tasmanian Roots of the Republican Issue

In this public lecture, Professor Reynolds will address the history of the republican issue in Tasmania focussing on Australia’s pre-eminent republican, Andrew Inglis Clark.

About the speaker

Professor Reynolds is an Australian historian whose primary work has focused on the frontier conflict between European settlement of Australia and indigenous Australians. He is currently a Honorary Research Professor in the School of History and Classics at the University of Tasmania. Professor Reynolds is a well known author of many books on Australian history with his most recent publication being "A History of Tasmania".


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Presented by the School of Government, in collaboration with the Institute of Public Administration Australia.

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