A stitch in time

Image: Kirby Moore with her UNE Honours project, a reconstructed 1884 gown, displaying in Martindale Hall in South Australia.  A creative UNE Honours project has reclaimed a woman missing from the history books – and her grand marital home in country South...

Young Honours student Kirby Moore with her project, a reconstruction of an 1884 wedding gown.

New 3D scanner expands digital capabilities

UNE has levelled up its digital capabilities with the acquisition of an Artec Micro3D Scanner for micron-accurate reproductions of small objects, such as ancient coins. The scanner was purchased by UNE’s Museum of Antiquities (UNEMA), but will be able to be used...

Artec 3D scanner

Museum makeover

Image: Dr Bronwyn Hopwood, UNEMA's collections manager, with the new cabinets that will house the museum's artefacts: UNE’s Museum of Antiquities (UNEMA) is preparing to launch a brand new look and welcome back visitors after a four-year hiatus. Boasting a...

Dr Bronwyn Hopwood with new cabinets installed for the UNEMA displays

New perspectives and a Chancellor’s Medal

For PhD history graduate Helen Monro, not knowing where her studies would lead was not a hindrance to getting started. But it has meant she has uncovered lots of surprises along the way – including her own value as a historian.   Helen’s interest in social...

Helen Monro in academic dress at her graduation in December
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