[Iag-list] Scholar Talk: Landscaping Eastern Australia through the Colonial Survey / Tuesday 2 March, 11 am

Brendan Whyte obiwonfive at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 1 01:29:24 UTC 2021


 Good Morning,
Not too late to register for the Scholars Talk tomorrow at 11 am at the State Library of NSW!

Scholar Talk: Landscaping Eastern Australia through the Colonial Survey

With Jarrod Hore

For most of the nineteenth century the ground under the feet of colonists in eastern Australia defied comprehension. Until the 1880s, settlers struggled to keep pace with environmental change, the revisions of geological assessment, and their own anticipation. This talk addresses the development of colonial geology in eastern Australia and reveals how it eventually incorporated these challenges. Re-grounding a series of surveys, it shows that colonial geology was a compromised product of environmental agency, Indigenous knowledge, and settler adjustment.



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Scholar Talk: Landscaping Eastern Australia through the Colonial Survey. With Jarrod Hore. For most of the nineteenth century the ground under the feet of colonists in eastern Australia defied comprehension.
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Regards,
Maggie




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[State Library of NSW]<https://www.sl.nsw.gov.au/>
Maggie Patton
Manager, Research and Discovery
maggie.patton at sl.nsw.gov.au<mailto:maggie.patton at sl.nsw.gov.au>
+61 2 9273 1709

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