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History Council of SA Annual Lecture 2012

Goolwa: 'From Mutton to MasterChef: change and constancy in Australia's food culture': Prof Barbara Santich of the University of Adelaide, one of Australia's foremost authorities on food and foodways, will deliver the seventh History Council of South Australia Annual Lecture.

This is the first time that the History Council's Annual Lecture has been presented outside metropolitan Adelaide. A lively and engaging presenter, Barbara Santich is the author of seven books; her lecture promises to cast new light on how and what Australians and South Australians have cooked and eaten over the past two centuries.

Where: Centenary Hall, Goolwa,

02When: Wednesday 1 August from 6-7 pm.

Cost: The lecture is free, but booking is essential: please reserve your place with the Goolwa Visitor Information Centre, ph. 1300 466 592, or visit goolwavic@alexandrina.sa.gov.au

Adelaide: Professor Santich will repeat her lecture, 'From Mutton to MasterChef: change and constancy in Australian food culture' on Thursday 2 August from 6-7 pm in the Hetzel Theatre, State Library of South Australia, in the presence of His Excellency the Governor of South Australia and Mrs Liz Scarce. The lecture will be followed by a reception in the Treasures Wall area of the State Library, at which the Governor will present the inaugural SA Historian of the Year and other History Council awards.

Where: Hetzel Lecture Theatre - State Library of South Australia

When: Thursday 2 August 2012 from 6-7pm

Cost: The lecture is free, but booking is essential: please reserve your place online at www.slsa.sa.gov.au/calendar or telephone 8207 7347

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