Blogs by members

New AHA ECR Blog 

A new AHA ECR blog is now live! In this week’s entry, Jatinder Mann writes on promoting yourself in academia, and shares his experience of

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Congratulations 17 December 2020

The winners for this year’s Prime Minister’s Literary Awards have been announced, which celebrate outstanding literary talent in Australia. Congratulations to Tiffany Shellam for winning

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New AHA ECR Blog

A new AHA ECR blog is now live! This week’s entry by Tamara Cooper writes about pursuing a teaching career, emphasising that we need to

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New AHA ECR Blog  

A new AHA ECR blog is now live! This week’s entry contains a Q&A with ECRs and AHA Executive Committee members Romain Fathi and Lyndon Megarrity on their ‘You Matter’

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New AHA ECR Blog 

A new AHA ECR blog is now live! This entry contains advice from a number of historians on academic job interviews.  Further information 

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New AHA ECR Blog 

A new AHA ECR Emerging Historians blog is now live! In this Q&A Dr Tom Rogers reflects on settler colonial history, his formative experiences, and the

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New AHA ECR Blog 

This blog post is cross-posted with the Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand’s blog. It features ECR Henry Reese, recipient of two awards associated with the AHA’s recent

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New AHA ECR Blog

A new AHA ECR Emerging Historians blog is now live! Dr Yves Rees addresses the important topic for scholarly communities worldwide: how to turn stated

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