The journey of thousands of migrants to Australia in the early 19th Century are etched in sandstone at Australia's oldest quarantine station in Sydney.
North Australia Research Unit, Darwin
13–15 September 2013
- Anne Clarke and Ursula Frederick: ‘Encounters with a new land: marking presence, place and passage at the North Head Quarantine Station, Sydney’
Monash Indigenous Centre, Monash University, Melbourne
6 September 2013
- Ursula Frederick: ‘Marking Presence, Place and Passage: the archaeology of historical inscriptions’
- Peter Hobbins: 'Dreadnoughts and disease: colonial defence, quarantine and citizenship'
- Peta Longhurst: 'Confinement and Contagion: Quarantine as institutional confinement'
- Annie Clarke: ‘Encounters with a new land: historical inscriptions as an archaeology of contact’
Australian National University, Canberra
21 August 2013
- Ursula Frederick: ‘The Historic Inscriptions at the North Head Quarantine Station, Sydney’