The AHA’s ECR Representative André Brett has commenced a series, ‘A Conversation about Casualisation,’ in response to a recent controversial article about casualisation on The Conversation.
For many postgraduates and early career researchers, presenting a paper can be a daunting experience. The good news: it need not be! In this entry,
The AHA ECR blog has been running for over two years now, and in that time has run many excellent, provocative, and thoughtful pieces from
Congratulations to Lyndon Megarrity for the recent publication of his piece on the life and work of Geoffrey Bolton, ‘Geoffrey Bolton and the Writing of
A new AHA ECR Emerging Historians blog is now live! In this Q&A Dr. Ben Wilkie gives eloquent and sometimes provocative answers. Further information.
Congratulations to Jeannine Baker and Kate Murphy for the launch of their co-curated website ‘100 Voices that Made the BBC: Pioneering Women.’ Published to coincide
New Australian Policy and History (APH) website Policy Brief In Australian Policy and History’s latest policy brief, PhD students Honae Cuffe and Anna Kent write about the use of Australian ‘soft
In the latest in the Emerging Historians series, Dr Chelsea Barnett talks about stumbling into history, studying masculinity in Australian films and the travails of
In this week’s post, Jatinder Mann offers some personal reflections on his journey to secure an ongoing position in academia. Read it here.