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History Council of New South Wales, Inc.
The HCNSW aims to ensure that history, in all its diverse forms, is an important part of the cultural life of the people and communities of NSW.
We provide programs and services, which aim to build capacity within the history sector and showcase the importance of history.
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The History Councils of New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia have jointly adopted a statement about the Value of History.
The HCNSW, along with the History Councils of Australia, has made a submission to the Attorney-General’s Dept about the Tune Review
Online | Domestic Defensive Architecture in Early Colonial NSW with Dr Stephen Gapps | 15 April 2021
In this conversational talk, Dr Stephen Gapps asks us to revisit some of our well-known historic houses and to rethink the way we look at the context of their construction. This is a joint Historic Houses Association and History Council NSW online event.
Members of the History Council of NSW are invited to join us for the 2021 Annual General Meeting which includes Council elections.
Winners of the 2020 NSW Premier’s History Awards, Noëlle Janaczewska, Dr James Dunk, Professor Kate Fullagar, Callum Clayton-Dixon and Pierre-Jacques Ober gather to reveal their inspirations, the impact they hope their work will have, and the role that margins and mayhem play in their writing.
In-Person Talk | The City of Sydney celebrates 20 years ‘When the country comes to the City’ | Saturday 13 February 2021
The History Council of NSW hosts a program of speakers of outstanding quality and expertise, connecting them with organisations across the state to facilitate the sharing of their wealth of knowledge with the wider community, linking members with member organisations to bring history alive.
Monday – Wednesday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
8 Phillip Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000
0418 811 522