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Crime Fiction, Colonial Ambition and Amazons

Dr Rachel Franks will give an illustrated lecture on the colonial novelist Fergus Hume, author of The Mystery of a Hansom Cab. Her talk will explore the many challenges of storytelling and publishing in colonial Australia.
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Alzheimer’s: where we’ve come from and where we’re going

As part of World Alzheimer’s Day, we welcome four dementia experts from the University of Sydney’s Brain and Mind Centre to share the latest research breakthroughs on Alzheimer’s disease. Speakers include Rebekah Ahmed, Muireann Irish, John Kwok and Sharon Naismith.
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Exploring the Ghost Empire of Byzantium

Join us with the ABC's Richard Fidler, speaking on his book Ghost Empire. "When my son turned fourteen, we set out to explore the ghost empire of Constantinople. It was to be a coming of age adventure, of sorts. My ambition was that Joe and I would walk the Walls of Constantinople."
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An evening with nature photographer Jess Bray

Jess Bray, a finalist in this year’s Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Exhibition, talks about the process of taking amazing photos. Jess’s shoots have taken her to the world’s most exciting wildlife hotspots, including Kenya, Alaska, the Galapagos, Patagonia, Iceland and Greenland. The Exhibition displays over 100 stunning photos.
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