The latest news from across the history community including call outs, awards and prizes,
grants, projects and more.
The brilliant new Ngarandi app uses geolocation, games and augmented reality to help users learn about local Indigenous histories, culture and knowledge.
The Royal Australian Historical Society is hosting a regional seminar in the seaside city of Shellharbour to learn about local convict history and practical skills for the researching of convict records, including insights into using Trove as well as criminal court records from the UK and NSW.
Join in Campbelltown City Council’s 2019 NAIDOC Week Celebrations with a morning tea, flag raising ceremony, march and festival.
Dr Greg Johnson will explore garden writing in the publications and the writers in the period from 1888 to 1938.
The Royal Australian Historical Society is hosting Dr Craig Wilcox for the next instalment of their 2019 lecture series, in which he will consider what the course of Australian maritime frontier conflict might look like.
The State Library of NSW is hosting a special champagne breakfast to celebrate the awarding of the $25,000 prize. A panel discussion with this year’s shortlisted authors will be led by Caroline Baum, before the prize winner is announced.
Explore Sydney Harbour through Indigenous eyes on board Tribal Warrior’s Mari Nawi.
This exhibition of photographs by award-winning photographer Nadine Saacks captures intimate moments shared between Holocaust survivors and children too young to understand or grapple with the Holocaust.
Join independent space historian Kerrie Dougherty for a night of conversation about the challenge President Kennedy set NASA in 1961 to land a man on the Moon and return him safely to Earth by 1970.
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.