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June 2021

SHCY 2021 (partly online)

23 June - 26 June

The Society for the History of Children and Youth is holding a conference themed “Challenges, Interruptions and Opportunities” at the National University of Ireland Galway. There are options for virtual participation. Call for papers

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July 2021

ESEH 2021: Same planet, different worlds: environmental histories imagining anew (online possibilities)

5 July - 9 July
University of Bristol, UK

The European Society for Environmental History (ESEH)'s conference is to be held for a post-plague world. Nothing could be worse than a return to normality. Historically, pandemics have forced humans to break with the past and imagine their world anew. This one is no different. The conference will offer some online possibilities for those delegates who cannot make it in person, including keynote and plenary livestreams, poster sessions, and opportunities to connect with each other online. Call for papers

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Digital History Seminar, Tim Sherratt

8 July @ 5.30 pm - 7.00 pm

The next digital history seminar, brought to you by the UTS Australian Centre for Public History, will be presented by Associate Professor Tim Sherratt (University of Canberra). Tim is Australia's foremost historian hacker. During the presentation, he will demonstrate the constantly evolving features of his GLAM workbench platform, a collection of tools, tutorials and hacks for working with data from Australia's biggest galleries, archives, libraries and museums. The zoom link for the seminar is - https://utsmeet.zoom.us/j/89009610502 - and if you…

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September 2021

Adaptations in the Humanities: Reimagining the Past, Present, and Future Conference

9 September @ 8.00 am - 10 September @ 5.00 pm
University of Western Australia West Australia Australia + Google Map

Our knowledge of the world – imagined, experiences, or learned – is constantly in flux. As humans, we change, adapt, and mould the environments around us, the knowledge systems we use, and the items we create. Adaptation can be forced through presentation of an obstacle, or it can occur symbiotically within a group. This conference will be a forum for the presentation of the myriad of ‘adaptations’ worlds, individuals, languages, ideas, and peoples, real or otherwise, experience. This conference has…

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Australasian Mining History Association 26th Annual Conference

26 September @ 8.00 am - 3 October @ 5.00 pm
Barra South Australia Australia

There is no specific theme for the conference - oral and poster presentations will be welcome on any topic relevant to mining history. Abstracts due 22 July 2021 Further information

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October 2021

OHA 2021 (online options)

14 October - 16 October

The  Oral History Australia Biennial Conference will be held in Launceston, Tasmania from 14-16 October 2021. While the plan is to meet in solidarity and optimism for the biennial conference in Tasmania in 2021, if that proves to be impossible due to COVID-19 restrictions the conference will run online. Call for papers

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November 2021

AHA 2021

29 November - 2 December

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,…

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December 2021

Rethinking tobacco history: Commodities, empire and agency in global perspective, 1780-1960

1 December - 4 December

This conference asks to what extent the history of tobacco allows new insights into the tension between the imperial integration of a metropole and its colonies, and the global entanglement of places and peoples within and beyond empires. The conference will be held at the University of Cologne, 1-4 December 2021. Call for papers

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Australian and New Zealand Society of the History of Medicine (ANZSHM) Biennial Conference 2021 (please note changed dates)

1 December - 4 December

The Australian and New Zealand Society of the History of Medicine (ANZSHM) have released a Call for Papers for the 2021 Biennial Conference, themed ‘Innovation in Health and Medicine’. The conference will be held at the University of Newcastle, Australia from 1-4 December 2021. Financial assistance is available for some postgraduates. Proposals for papers and panels are due 28 February 2021.  Further information 

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“Tenuous Histories and Provable Pasts: How Legal Historians Create Knowledge,” 40th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Law and History Society

3 December @ 8.00 am - 4 December @ 5.00 pm
University of Technology Sydney, Broadway
Sydney, Australia
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 Lawyers and historians have long been aware that what is considered to be knowable and provable is a product of power, history and culture. Legal and historical ‘facts’ are themselves the result of historical processes. Since the 1960s, historians have sought to redress the omissions of state archives, particularly the erasure of First Nations, non-western, queer, female and working class peoples’ perspectives through the use of alternative archives and methods. But what about legal historians? How has legal history taken…

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