The AHA/Honest History: AHA Conference Teacher Scholarship is being offered for another year. The Scholarship supports a History teacher to attend the annual Australian Historical
The Australian Historical Association is offering four travel and writing bursaries linked to the 2021 AHA annual conference. The bursaries are intended to encourage and support
The second round of the Patrick Wolfe Bursary is now open. This award has generously been extended to two recipients, assisting early career researchers to participate
The AHA welcomes the release of the Functional and Efficiency Review of the National Archives of Australia (the ‘Tune Review’) on 12 March 2021. The
29 November-2 December 2021, UNSW Sydney and the State Library of NSW The Australian Historical Association is delighted to launch the call for proposals for
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
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
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
Our knowledge of the world – imagined, experiences, or learned – is constantly in flux. As humans, we change, adapt, and mould the environments around
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.
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Congratulations to Adele Nye and Jennifer Clark for the publication of Teaching History for the Contemporary World: Tensions, Challenges and Classroom Experiences in Higher Education
Congratulations to Michelle Bootcov who has received a 2021 Dan David Scholar Prize for innovative and interdisciplinary research that reflects the past, the present and