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‘‘Thingless Names’? The St George Legend in Australia’ is an article by Andrew Lynch from The University of Western Australia. It appeared in the La Trobe Journal (No. 81, pp. 40-52) in Autumn 2008. The article briefly…

The administration building of Perth Mint was designed by George Temple Poole in the Federation Romanesque style, most evident in the use of semi-circular arches for the windows and entrances. The foundation stone was laid by Sir John Forest, the…

St George’s Anglican Chapel is the chapel of St George’s College, a residential college for students attending The University of Western Australia in Perth. The foundation stone of the chapel was laid in 1928 by Archbishop Riley, and the…

This photograph shows Alana Bennett playing a six stringed Phoenix Standard hurdy gurdy made by Helmut Gotschy in Germany (www.gotschy.com). The hurdy gurdy is a stringed instrument played by using a crank-turned wheel. It developed from fiddles and…

St George’s Anglican Chapel is the chapel of St George’s College, a residential college for students attending The University of Western Australia in Perth. The foundation stone of the chapel was laid in 1928 by Archbishop Riley and the…

The Winthrop Singers is a choir formed in 2007 following collaboration between the School of Music at The University of Western Australia and St George’s College. The choir are led by Dr Nicholas Bannan and regularly perform at St…

This photograph was taken during the early part of a plenary paper by Louise D’Arcens of the University of Wollongong titled ‘Comic Medievalism: Why and How the Middle Ages make us Laugh’. The paper was presented at the PMRG/CMEMS conference…