31 May '13, 5pm

Blogged: Talking about writing about the invisible

The end of the work-week got busier than I anticipated, so I didn't have the chance earlier to plonk the info for my public talk at the National Museum tomorrow: Historia SG 2013 – History Seminar Session 1 Gallery Theatre (basement), National Museum of Singapore 2:00 – 3:30 p.m., Saturday, 1 June 2013 Prof Victor Savage from the National University of Singapore speaks first at 2 p.m. on place and street names in Singapore, then at 2:30 p.m. I'll speak on "Writing the City, Rendering the Invisible". Or as the museum put it to me when they invited me to speak: "various ways to approach the exploration cum writing of Singapore’s past, in particular, of 'invisible spaces'." More details at the National Museum website . Registration is full, I've been told, but that said, some people always can't make it at the last minute. If you're not registered and really want to try and g...

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