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May 2009

Historical Analysis

Presenter: Tim Allender

Respondent: Ruth Phillips

Time: 4:30-6:30pm, 28 May 2009 (refreshments at 4:30pm for 5:00pm start)

Venue: 448, Old Teachers' College (A36), The University of Sydney

New Approaches to Postcolonial Scholarship, by Tim Allender

Historical analysis is a broad church and its methodologies dependent on the categories of evidence in play. Powerful critiques emerge as analysis is variously derived from oral sources, or careful collations from pre-organised databases or from obscure documents hidden in long forgotten corners of archives, or even well worked over texts waiting for new paradigms to permit new ways at looking at old problems.