Date and Time
Room 1, Level 1, Flinders University at Victoria Square
182 Victoria Square, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
“Heaps good history!”
Did you know that former South Australian Premier Don Dunstan passed Indigenous land reforms and anti-discrimination legislation? Or that during his premiership, he established the South Australian Film Corporation and the Jam Factory?
This year we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Don Dunstan Foundation’s establishment and commemorate 20 years since Don’s passing. As part of the Anniversary, Dunstan 101 is an unmissable live podcast on everything Don Dunstan!
Dunstan 101 brings together local heroes and podcasters AdeLOL in conjunction with respected history professor Dr Paul Sendziuk, to remember the progressive South Australian Premier who moulded Adelaide into the wonderful vibrant city that we know today.
After many sold out live podcasts at both the 2018 and 2019 Adelaide Fringe, AdeLOL will be bringing their witty and modern take on the Dunstan Era to the table. Buddies Tom and Dan won South Australian Emerging Historians of the Year in 2018 having started podcasting in 2017, and are known for their light-hearted and humorous insights into South Australian history.
Dr Paul Sendziuk is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at the University of Adelaide. His latest book, A History of South Australia, includes a chapter titled ‘The Dunstan Decade, 1965-79’.
Join us for this myth-busting, interactive session and have all your curiosities about Don answered.
Even better - pizza and soft drinks will be included!
Might contain mild coarse language
The Don Dunstan Foundation is a thought leadership organisation. We work on collaborative projects to inspire action for a fairer world, building on the legacy of the late Premier, Don Dunstan. We are a registered charity and focus on social justice issues through public events, collaborative projects and research. Our current areas of focus, as set out in our 2016-2020 strategic plan, are: Exploring new ways to address homelessness in particular with the focus on ending street homelessness in the inner city as part of the Adelaide Zero Project. Helping improve individual and community mental health primarily though a range of events and commissioning research. Analysing the opportunities and challenges of migration by supporting a Migration and Population Growth Network with the Committee for Adelaide and a Migration and Refugee Research Network (MARRNet) with a broad range of organisations. Supporting Aboriginal economic empowerment by working with the Leaders Institute of South Australia and reconciliation though our annual Lowitja O’Donoghue Oration. Growing the purpose economy in South Australia through the Thinkers in Residence Program that brings experts from around the world to help us develop a more purposeful economy that is able to achieve the highest levels of social, cultural and environmental impact.