The official launch was held on Friday 21 April 2017 at the Griffith University Southbank Campus.
Harry’s brother Neil provided insight into the man who so generously bequeathed part of his estate to Griffith University.
The family was thrilled with the new resource centre that now bears Harry’s name. Neil claimed he could feel the enthusiasm that exists for the project. What better compliment could we receive?
Latest news and events
HGRC QSA Native Mounted Police Seminar
December 17th, 2021
Assoc Professor Lynley Wallis delivered a presentation at QSA on Thursday 21 October 2021 titled ‘Understanding Queensland’s Native Mounted Police: A free online database to help communities research and understand the lives and work of an infamous police force’. Access the talk here. Read more
RHSQ Seminar Recording
December 11th, 2021
A recording of Jan Richardson’s talk, ‘Making a Fresh Start: Tasmanian Female Ex-Convicts in Free Settlement Queensland’, is now available to view on the Royal Historical Society of Queensland (RHSQ) YouTube channel. Held at the Commissariat Store Museum on 10 November 2021, Jan’s talk explores the stories of ex-convict women and their families who sought […] Read more
Newly Digitised Indigenous Resources
November 7th, 2021
Many wonderful Indigenous resources have been digitised recently and are available online. Join Dr Hilda Maclean online on 17 November 2021 at 7.30 pm to learn about the material which can be accessed from home for free and what it tells us about Indigenous communities and their histories. Register here. Read more
RHSQ Lecture Series
November 5th, 2021
Making a Fresh Start: Tasmanian Female Ex-Convicts in Free Settlement Queensland. Jan Richardson is a is a PhD candidate in the School of Humanities, Law and Social Sciences at Griffith University. She is also a Research Assistant at the Harry Gentle Resource Centre in the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research at Griffith University. […] Read more
Visiting Fellowships on Offer
October 25th, 2021
The HGRC invite applications from innovative scholars in a discipline relevant to digital history or the creative arts to join us for a period as Visiting Fellow, and contribute to the aims of the Harry Gentle Resource Centre. An honorarium of $7,500 is attached to each fellowship. Applications close Friday 12 November 2021. Read more