AHA conferences since 1982

42nd20233 July-6 JulyMilestonesAustralian Catholic UniversityVICJoy DamousiProgram
41st202227 June-1 JulyUrgent HistoriesDeakin UniversityVICBart ZiinoProgram

29 Nov-2 Dec

Unfinished Business


NSWRuth BalintProgram
39th2020 29 June-3 July Urgent Histories (cancelled)Deakin UniversityVIC Bart Ziino
38th20198-12 JulyLocal Communities, Global NetworksUniversity of Southern QueenslandQldCatherine DewhirstProgram
37th20182-6 JulyThe Scale of HistoryAustralian National UniversityACTSam FurphyProgram
36th20173-7 JulyEntangled HistoriesUniversity of NewcastleNSWPhilip DwyerProgram
35th20164-8 JulyFrom Boom to BustFederation University, BallaratVICKeir ReevesProgram
34th20156-10 JulyFoundational HistoriesUniversity of SydneyNSWKirsten McKenzieProgram
33rd20147-11 JulyConflict in HistoryUniversity of Queensland, BrisbaneQLDMartin Crotty
32nd20138-12 JulyMobilities and Mobilisations in HistoryUniversity of WollongongNSWGeorgine Clarsen
31st20129-13 JulyConnectionsAdelaideSARob Foster
30th20114-8 JulyHistory at the EdgeUniv. of Tasmania, LauncestonTASTom Dunning
15th20105-9 July(Re)Viewing HistoryUniversity of Western Australia, PerthWAJean Chetkovich
 200930 June – 3 JulyConstructing the PastSunshine CoastQLDJoanne Scott
14th20087-11 JulyLocating HistoryUniversity of MelbourneVICAndrew May
 200723-26 SeptemberEngaging HistoriesUniversity of New England, ArmidaleNSWErin Ihde and Frank Bongiorno
13th20063-7 JulyGenres of HistoryAustralian National University, CanberraACTTim Rowse
 20056-7 JulyInclusive HistoriesUniversity of New South Wales, SydneyNSWRae Frances
12th20045-9 JulyVisionsUniversity of NewcastleNSWDavid Lemmings
 200328 September – 1 OctoberFeast by the MurrayLa Trobe University, MilduraVICDiane Kirkby
11th20023-7 JulyCrossing BoundariesGriffith University, BrisbaneQLDRegina Ganter
 200124-27 SeptemberEmpire, Nation, Region and IdentityKalgoorlieWAMel Davies / Wendy Carter
10th20005-9 JulyFutures in the PastUniversity of Adelaide, AdelaideSAKatharine Massam
 199928 September – 1 OctoberAustralia and Britain Over Two CenturiesUniversity of Tasmania, HobartTASRichard Ely
9th19986-10 JulyHistory in the MakingUniversity of SydneyNSWPenny Russell
 199728-30 SeptemberThe RiverUniversity of NewcastleNSWNancy Cushing
8th199614-18 JulyHistory ‘96University of MelbourneVICMarilyn Lake
 19953-5 July1995 AHA ConferenceJames Cook University, TownsvilleQLDPenny O’Hara
7th199426-30 SeptemberHistory ‘94University of Western Australia, PerthWAJenny Gregory
 199329 September – 1 OctoberThe Shaping of Institutions: Historical PerspectivesAustralian National University, CanberraACT 
6th199228 September – 2 OctoberHistory ‘92Australian National University, CanberraACTAnthea Hyslop
 199129 Jun-2 JulyHistorical Frontiers: Outback and SeberangNorthern Territory University (Charles Darwin), DarwinNTDavid Carment
5th199026-29 SeptemberHistory ‘90University of QueenslandQLDLeo Launitz-Schurer
 19895-7 JulyPeripheral Visions: A Conference in Honour of B. J. DaltonJames Cook University, TownsvilleQLDDawn May
4th19888-13 FebruaryThe Making of NationsUniversity of SydneyNSWKen McNab
 198722-24 AugustThe Myth and Reality of Country LifeUniversity of New EnglandNSWJohn Atchison
3rd198625-29 AugustHistory in the CommunityUniversity of Adelaide & History Trust of SASANorman Etherington
 198525-28 AugustUrbanisation and Industrialisation: Taking StockUniversity of NewcastleNSWMargaret Henry
2nd198427-31 AugustHistory ‘84University of MelbourneVICMarian Aveling
 198323-25 SeptemberDefining Australian Regional IdentitiesToowoombaQLDNorm Elvidge
1st198226-28 AugustHistory ‘82University of New South Wales, SydneyNSWHeather Radi and Frank Farrell