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    ANU History Reading Group

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    Once Upon a Time...

    Our ANU History Reading Group is starting in the Fall of 2024. Initially conceived by Ann-Sophie Levidis, lecturer in French Studies, the ANU Reading Group will take place at Harry Hartog.

    How does it work?

    The readings for the first semester have been pre-planned and will be based on five different books. Following that, we have scheduled monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of each month, from 2 to 3 pm. The second scheduled event is 15th of May 2024

    The Revolutionary Temper Paris, 1748–1789 by Robert Darnton RRP $65.00

    What sorts of books do you read?

    We do not have any strict rules, but we usually prefer to read academic books recently published and recommended to us. Being part of a reading group allows us to explore and enjoy books we would not have considered otherwise.

    Can I join?

    If you are interested in joining, please don't hesitate to contact us and RSVP to this invitation.

    Scheduled upcoming dates to be promoted individually.

    • 28th May: Beauty Is in the Street: Protest and Counterculture in Post-War Europe by Joachim C. Häberlen $79.99
    • 12th June: Race, Rights and Reform - Black Activism in the French Empire and the United States from World War I to the Cold War by Sarah C. Dunstan $43.99

    To reserve a copy of the book you are interested in for purchase, please call Harry Hartog ANU on T:(02) 6230 0197 or email anu@harryhartog.com.au

    About the Event
    Registration is required for this event.
    Accessible parking spaces directly below the Harry Hartog ANU Bookshop are available should you require them.https://kambri.com.au/ To help keep everyone safe, please ensure that you are familiar with, and follow, the advice from ACT Health regarding COVID-19.
    If you do not feel well, please refrain from attending this event
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