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.
The HCNSW, as convenor of the History Councils of Australia have made a Statement of Concern about proposed ABC Archives restructure.
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.
HCNSW Heritage Subcommittee – an opportunity for our members to contribute to the HCNSW’s heritage position & advocacy.
HCNSW Job – Media & Communications Officer. The position is for 8 hrs a week (May-Nov 2022). Applications close 22 May 2022.
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).
HCNSW Job – Programs & Administration Officer. The position is for 16 hrs a week until March 2023. Applications close 2 April 2022.
Sydney Writers Festival – People, Culture and Environment: In Conversation with the winners of the 2021 NSW Premier’s History Award | 18 May 2022
Winners of the 2021 NSW Premier’s History Awards, Laurene Billiet, Matthew Colloff and Luke Keogh gather in-person at the Sydney Writers Festival to reveal how they make history, their inspirations, and the impact they hope their work will have.
Members of the History Council of NSW are invited to join us for the 2022 Annual General Meeting which includes Council elections.
For many students and early career professionals interested in history, finding employment opportunities beyond their tertiary studies can be both challenging and daunting. Join the History Council of NSW with Session Chair Dr Matt Allen for an informal session featuring a diverse range of guest speakers working in the history sector.