The History Council of NSW hosts a program of speakers of outstanding quality and expertise, connecting them with organisations across the state to facilitate the sharing of their wealth of knowledge with the wider community, linking members with member organisations to bring history alive.
The History Council of NSW has opened applications for its popular Speaker Connect program for 2019. Apply to speak or to host a speaker now.
Yvonne Fletcher is at Toronto Library this History Week to share the story of Maud Butler: a girl, disguised as a soldier, who served in World War One.
Woollahra Libraries will host Rachel Franks this History Week as she investigates the power and popularity of true crime.
Join historian Rachel Franks at Sutherland Library this History Week as she looks at ‘execution as entertainment’ through four colonial-era hangings.
Join Pauline Conolly at Singleton Public Library in History Week as she shares the little-known history of Charles Macquarie, nephew of the famed Governor.