The Defining Moments in Australian History Curatorial Centre researches and creates resources around key moments in the history of Australia. The centre encourages discussion and debate about our nation’s past and develops allied educational resources.
Libby Stewart is the Head of the Defining Moments in Australian History Curatorial Centre and is a Senior Curator at the National Museum of Australia.
As a museum historian and curator Libby has focused on the social impacts of war, democratic change in Australia, women’s suffrage, modern political history, as well as the joy of building museum collections.
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