Wed 7 Sep 2016 - Wed 7 Sep 2016
6.30 pm - 8 pm
- Margaret Martin Library, Randwick
- Level 1, Royal Randwick Shopping Centre Belmore Road, Randwick
Join Dr Liz Giuffre and Dr Sarah Attfield from the University of Technology, Sydney as they examine Neighbours as a piece of Australian media history, and how the show featured pioneering ideas of class and gender.
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The Australian television soap opera Neighbours, reached a milestone in 2015, celebrating 30 years of broadcast. Most famously, Kylie Minogue’s Charlene was a female apprentice mechanic – a nontraditional
portrayal of gender and class that has arguably not been seen on contemporary Australian television since.
This is a Speaker Connect event, presented in conjunction with the History Council of NSW as part of History Week.
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