Honorary Professor Barry Golding AM
This photo I took in mid 2019, of a shaft of light streaming into the 400 year old brick and mud dome of the Meybod iceworks in Iran. Water was frozen outside in shallow ponds in winter and brought inside for use in the extreme summer in the adjacent caravanserai (lodgings on the Silk Road) protected by the 2m thick walls.
Faculty of Education & Arts, Federation University Australia, Ballarat
Patron, Australian Men’s Shed Association & recipient of the ‘Ted Donnelly’ Award, 2013 for outstanding service to the Men’s Shed Movement.
Inaugural Chair, International Men’s Shed Organisation (IMSO)
Past President and past Board member, Adult Learning Australia
Editorial Board Member, Australian Journal of Adult Learning (from 2018-21); 2018-19 Editorial Board Member, Studies in Adult Education and Learning / Andragoška spoznanja.
Past President & Life Member, Great Dividing Trail Association
Member, Community Reference Committee, Reconciliation Action Plan, Hepburn Shire. 2017-21.
‘Men learning through life’ (Book, 2014. NIACE), with Dr Annette Foley & Dr Rob Mark, UK: out of print but some new & used copies still available on line.
The Men’s Shed Movement: The Company of Men, Book. Common Ground Publishing, USA http://www.agingandsociety.com , 433 page book, Published August 2015. Available in hard copy 2021 for US$50, pdf copy US$20. Order the book online via:https://cgscholar.com/bookstore/works/the-mens-shed-movement
A new book, ‘Shoulder to Shoulder: Broadening the Men’s Shed Movement‘ is now complete, see link provided below, published in October 2021 in the US by Common Ground Publishing.
The book (426 pages plus an Index for both books) is now available for order on line, either via the QR code on the link to the flyer, below, or via the Common Ground Publishing website.
You can use the QR code on the flyer for either the 2015 or 2021 book that takes you straight to the book order form on the Common Ground Publishing website. Alternatively you can order via the website: https://cgscholar.com/bookstore/works/shoulder-to-shoulder
You’ll see on the flier there is a 25% discount off the total price offered by the publisher for anyone who would like to buy my 2015 book on the same order (using the discount code provided).
In 2020/21 I have continued researching, writing and blogging about the interactions between the environment and people in southern Dja Dja Wurrung country (central Victoria) focussed on the first five years of invasion and contact, 1836-41.