It seems fitting to enjoy pumpkin scones at our traditional symposium morning tea on Sunday, but for many of us Flo Bjelke Peterson casts a long dark shadow over the classic Queensland fare. In an attempt to disentangle the pumpkin scone she made famous from the matriarch of conservative politics
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Thanks Amalia, keynote, cocktails, welcomes & hellos. Now. The. Music. Amalias food tunes https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6lWCA1YMr1CMzUUKnmU19a?si=hCA12_NyR3Olah57F7UZ3Q High Rotation - Brisbane’s Music from Museum of Brisbane https://open.spotify.com/user/xbakjoineezn6iuj5sl4inmv7?si=2k7G
Yes, it is time to start tapping your co symposiasts on the shoulder, whisper sweet nothings and suggest that THEY would be just the person to lead the next Symposium. Share your thoughts, we throw these in to kick off with: • Our webmaster muses about an Alice Springs Symposium. • Bendigo
I thought it would be useful to look at the summaries prepared by Barbara Santich on the early symposia. Like Barbara, these summaries are measured, succinct and self contained. https://www.classic.com.au/wizard/SAG2.htm (1985) https://www.classic.com.au/wizard/SAG3.htm (1987) https://www.classic.
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Like many events (including ours) Brisbane's Le Festival has been pushed around by COVID. It was to be celebrating its tenth anniversary this weekend. So here's a shout at for them, in solidarity for long suffering event committees ! Le Festival have just kicked off a week of cultural webin
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Who else is 'at' but 'not at' the Oxford Symposium ? @Ian Hemphill is one dual-Symposiast ... here is our chat and the details of his presentations (& time zone friendly too) "Yes, amazing that they are at the same time. And normally I would have flown to London on Monday. My Oxford paper is be
https://trove.nla.gov.au/search/category/books?keyword=symposium%20of%20australian%20gastronomy It is interesting to see the names of the people who have been involved with the symposia over time and the people who have been involved with editing the conference proceedings. Would a thought be tha
A collection of the abstracts for work that was unable to be completed cos, you know...2020 did not go according to plan, papers that would have been presented , you get the idea ......... • Helen Benny How to cook an albatross: the place of culinary traditions in the modern world • Xan Chacko Pai
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