The University of Newcastle and WEA – are inviting the public to the 2009 John Turner Memorial Lecture, an annual event exploring the regional history of Newcastle and the Hunter Valley.
GUEST SPEAKER: Dr Nancy Cushing, Cultural Historian from The University of Newcastle
Dr Cushing will examine Newcastle’s battle to control air pollution in the 20th century, focusing on the role of Novocastrians in bringing techniques used successfully overseas to the local struggle for clean air.
This FREE Public Lecture is proudly presented by WEA – Hunter and the University of Newcastle through the Office of Corporate Development and Community Partnerships.
VENUE Hunter Room, Newcastle City Hall
290 King Street, Newcastle
DATE Wednesday 28 October 2009
TIME 5:45pm for 6pm START to 7:30pm
COST FREE (RSVP essential as seats limited)
Ph: (02) 4925 4200