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The HCNSW is aiming to supply audio recordings of its seminars and events, where possible. Below please find our latest recordings. Please re-visit this page for updates, and check our newsletter for information about new publications.
For those interested in the growth and impact of Podcasting within the History industry, please refer to an article written by Dr Tamson Pietsch, Senior Lecturer in Social & Political Sciences and Director of the Australian Centre for Public History at UTS, entitled Why Podcasting Matters for Historians.
Kriesler radio display at Embassy Theatre (for “Radio Retailer”). Usherette demonstrates ‘Projectographic’ Kriesler radio, by Sam Hood, courtesy State Library of NSW
Conflict, Collective Memory and the Creation of History
(HCNSW Panel at the Sydney Writers Festival)
The HCNSW recorded this 1-hour session and have split it into episodes. We have uploaded them to a podcasting site, accessible via the links below.
Annual History Lecture 2018 – History Week 2018
Warning from the grave: Death, glory and memory in Australian cemeteries
On 4 September 2018, Dr Lisa Murray (City Historian, City of Sydney) delivered the History Council of NSW’s Annual History Lecture as part of History Week. Cemeteries preserve our history and form part of our national heritage. But to truly understand the Australian way of death we must consider the social and economic history of funeral practices. This was recorded by the ABC’s Big Ideas program and broadcast nationally on 21 November 2018.