Fellowship Presentation: Pinafores, Prodigies and Precocities - Completed
at Conference Room, Level 4
Tuesday, 7 February 2017 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM + Add to calendar07/02/2017 17:3007/02/2017 19:30Australia/SydneyFellowship Presentation: Pinafores, Prodigies and PrecocitiesFellowship Presentation: Pinafores, Prodigies and Precocities Tuesday, 7 February 2017 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Bookings Officer 02 6262 1111 email@example.com Address Conference Room, Level 4 25 Parkes Place West Parkes ACT 2600 Australia LOVE OUR EVENTS? LOVE THE LIBRARY? BECOME A FRIEND. Support the Library and receive exclusive benefits, including: • 15% discount on all online ticket purchases for Library events • 15% discount at the Library Bookshop • 10% discount at Library cafes Bookplate and Paperplate Join now. Call 02 6262 1698 PLEASE NOTE: Pay Parking runs from 8.30am until 5.00pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays). Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/46280/fellowship_presentation_pinafores_prodigies_and_precocities.aspxConference Room, Level 4
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Dr Gillian Arrighi explores the era of the child performer during the days of the British Empire, 1880–1914. Why were they so popular with audiences and how was this in conflict with child labour and education laws?
Dr Gillian Arrighi’s fellowship is supported by Library Patrons and Supporters
Dr Gillian Arrighi is a Senior Lecturer in Creative and Performing Arts at the University of Newcastle. Her published research is in the fields of Circus Studies, Childhood Studies, and Performance Pedagogy. Her teaching portfolio spans practice, theory, and history of theatre and performance. She is the author of 4 books, including the recent monograph The FitzGerald Brothers' Circus: spectacle, identity and nationhood at the Australian Circus (2015), and many refereed journal articles and book chapters.
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