History Australia is the official journal of the Australian Historical Association, and is proudly published by Taylor & Francis. All members of the AHA receive a subscription to the journal. History Australia aims to reflect the concerns, publish the research and increase the professional self-awareness of historians making, teaching and applying history, particularly in Australia.
The Australian Historical Association is delighted to be holding the 39th AHA Conference at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. The AHA 2021 Conference will bring together scholars from across the disciplines with a shared interest in history. The conference is open to academics, students and community members wishing to share their research and hear about the latest developments in history studies. The conference will be held at and sponsored by UNSW Sydney and the State Library of NSW, and the theme for 2021 is Unfinished Business.
The Australian Historical Association was founded in 1973 and is the peak national organisation of historians working in all fields of history. We have over 850 members represented by an Executive Committee drawn from all over the country.
The AHA is committed to quality and integrity in the practice of history and advocacy on issues relating to the history profession in Australia.
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2022 National Library of Australia Summer Scholarships, including AHA member Deborah Lee-Talbot for the project ‘A Unique Copy: The
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2022 National Library of Australia Fellowships, including AHA members Paul Turnbull, for the project ‘Living with the Dead: Cross-Cultural
Congratulations to Madonna Grehan and co-curators, whose exhibition UNMASKED: Celebrating Nursing and Midwifery, Victoria and Beyond won the Archival Survival Award for Volunteer Run Museums/Galleries at
Congratulations to Jason Gibson who has been awarded the 2021 Council for Museum Anthropology Book Award for Ceremony Men: Making Ethnography and the Return of