This History Week, Ashfield Library will host James Findlay as he explores Sydney’s vibrant cinematic history: Mon 4 Sept.
Macquarie University’s Centre for Media History host a free workshop with Dr Sian Nicholas on the challenges of researching across different media: 28 July.
The History Council of NSW is excited to announce the theme for History Week 2017 is ‘popular culture’. History Week 2017: Pop! 2-10 September 2017.
The Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences host a symposium on alternative histories of the press, photography, music, advertising and television: 20 Feb 2017.
At Moruya, Dr Jeannine Baker will reveal the ways women listeners actively participated in radio broadcasting and shaped programme content and style.