answer the two question:

1. What lessons might be drawn from the debates over the founding of a European settlement at Botany Bay and the nature of convict society, both for the way in which evidence is used and for the importance of history?

2. “History takes much inquiry, even more imagination and a deep sense of humility about what an historian can know and has the right to say”. (Greg Dening, Australian Book Review, December 1995/January 1996), 16. Discuss this statement with reference to the concerns raised in this course about the nature of historical evidence and subject position.

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