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JCPML Patron

The John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library is honoured to announce that the Hon Julia Gillard has accepted the position as JCPML Patron. For further details please see the February issue of the JCPML Newsletter. The February 2015 edition of the JCPML Information Update newsletter is now available. In this edition: the JCPML Patron, Curtin MacArthur Alliance, […]

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CY O’Connor Lecture 2015

The lecture will be presented Prof Deborah Terry, Vice-Chancellor of Curtin University. The Vice-Chancellor will explore Australia’scompetitiveness in the 21st Century: The critical role of research, innovation and new technologies. Prof Deborah Terry will be presenting her lecture in Perth and Kalgoorlie: Perth Date: Tuesday 3rd March Venue: Bankwest Theatre (enter via the John Curtin […]

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Curtin MacArthur Alliance

Frank and Robin Busalacchi visited the JCPML on the 30th January. Mr Busalacchi is a former Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation who has worked in the transport industry for over 30 years. The Busalacchis were visiting Perth on their way to South Africa on holiday. Their visit to the JCPML was arranged by […]

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JCPML Opening Hours

The JCPML opening hours have changed. The JCPML is now open from 9.00am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday.

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Curtin’s First War by Prof Deborah Gare

The 2014 Visiting Scholar Lecture was presented by Professor Deborah Gare on Monday 24th November. A copy of the speech notes and link to the lecture is available from the JCPML website here.

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Curtin Art Department Fine Art Graduation Exhibition

You’re invited to attend the 2014 Curtin Art Department Fine Art Graduation Exhibition. Opening night: Friday 5 December, 6pm Viewing: Saturday 6 December – Wednesday 10 December 2014 Open between 10am and 4pm daily The exhibition features work by Carly Lynch. Carly Lynch has been making work in response to archival material from the Jon Sanders and […]

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JCPML Newsletter: Vale, Gough Whitlam

The Vale, Gough Whitlam edition of the JCPML Information Update is now available. In this edition: • JCPML events • Report: Edward Gough Whitlam (1916–2014) by Emeritus Professor David Black • Whitlam Institute • Whitlam Walk Newsletters are distributed by email. If you would like to be on our mailing list please send your name and email address to jcpml@curtin.edu.au.

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October Newsletter

The October 2014 edition of the JCPML Information Update newsletter is now available. In this edition: • Event Details: JCPML Visiting Scholar Lecture by Dr Deborah Gare • Report: 2014 MacArthur Memorial Week • Update: JCPML Director • Report: Network of Prime Ministerial Research and Collecting Agencies Roundtable Meeting • Report: JCPML Anniversary Lecture by Prof Geoff Gallop • Access Details: […]

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Prime Time: a new play about Australian PMs

Australia’s Prime Ministers are a fascinating bunch.  This witty, fast paced show takes you on a musical and historical trip through the public and private lives of Australia’s diverse Prime Ministers. Triumphs and challenges, quests for power, electoral back flips and dramas. Timely and amusing.  Venue: State Library of Western Australia Theatre, State Library, 25 Francis Street, Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge. Date: […]

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2014 JCPML Visiting Scholar

Dr Deborah Gare is the 2014 JCPML Visiting Scholar. Deborah is the Associate Professor at the University of Notre Dame, Australia, School of Arts and Sciences, where she leads the History program in Fremantle. Dr Gare is conducting her research at the JCPML during September and October and her research topic has changed since our […]

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