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Mark Moran talks about fieldwork, travelling in dinghies and the chaos of writing.
A Networked Community: Jewish Melbourne in the Nineteenth Century by Sue Silberberg explores the cultural diversity the made up colonial Melbourne. It gives a new slant to Melbourne's development and connects Melbourne Jewry into wider historical themes and experiences such as space and place, urbanisation, imperial networks and diaspora. We spoke with Sue about what she's currently reading, why she wrote A Networked Community and the message she would like to leave with readers.