In this panel presented by the HCNSW in collaboration with the State Library of NSW, Melissa Jackson and Kerry-Ann Tape will meet in-person to speak about the State Library’s diverse family history collections, both online and onsite.
In this panel presented by the HCNSW, Paul Irish, Neenah Gray, Brian Marshall and Emily McDaniel will meet in-person to speak about career paths for First Nations historians. Chaired by Kiera Lindsey.
In this Newcastle Writers’ Festival Panel presented by the HCNSW, Grace Karskens (UNSW), Mark Dunn and Julie McIntyre (UoN) will meet in-person to speak about writing histories of rivers and their people. Chaired by Nancy Cushing (UoN).
CANCELLED – Festival | Sydney Writers’ Festival HCNSW Panel – Transformational Histories: Rewriting the histories we thought we knew | 29 April 2020
The winners of the 2019 NSW Premier’s History Awards – Lyndall Ryan, Alison Lloyd, Dr Meredith Lake and others will gather to reveal how and why they wrote their transformational histories.
Life as an Arab-Australian has its own unique challenges. Join FCMG featured artist, Amani Haydar with her co-contributors, Rawah Arja, Sara Saleh, Sarah Ayoub and Zainab Kadhim, of the new publication, Arab, Australian, Other: Stories on Race and Identity.