History Lab is back for their third season, The Law’s Way of Knowing! History Lab is a collaboration between the Australian Centre for Public History, Impact Studios a new audio initiative at the University of Technology Sydney, and media partner 2SER 107.3.
Join the Australian Centre for Public History at their launch of History Lab Season 3 – ‘The Law’s Way of Knowing’!
Seminar | “In the West, Women’s So-Called Freedom is Often Equated with Imitation of Man”: On South Asian Anti-Feminism’ | 28 November 2019
Join the Sydney Feminist History Group & Dr Leah McGarrity (ACU & UNSW) on Thursday 28 November for a seminar discussion on “In the West, Women’s So-Called Freedom is Often Equated with Imitation of Man”: On South Asian Anti-Feminism’!
Have you wondered what a stranger’s guide to Sydney looked like 158 years ago? James Waugh’s discerning descriptions provide a glimpse of Sydney life in 1861.
The History Council of NSW is currently the 2019 Don Bank ‘Writer in Residency’ & our residency is now approaching its end!
Our member organisation, the Blue Mountains Historical Society warmly invites to to their Tarella Open Day for 2019!
Join Members and Supporters of The Australiana Fund to support their appeal to acquire The Munro Ferguson Collection and to enjoy a private tour of “Bligh – Hero or Villain?” introduced by curator Dr Stephen Gapps.
We are happy to announce that The State Library of New South Wales has an new exhibition called “Off the Shelf” which will run from November 2nd 2019 until the 22nd March 2020!
Join river system and dam managers, environmentalists, historians, photographers and musicians as they share stories and reflect on the centenary of Hume Dam.
Launch | “Fifty Blue Mountains Openings ~ Tracks, Lookouts, Monuments … and a few surprises” | 9 November 2019
Join the Blue Mountains Historical Society and Mountain’s historian, John Low, on Saturday 9 November as they launch Keith Painter’s latest book | ‘Fifty Blue Mountains Openings: Tracks, Look Outs, Monuments… and a few surprises’.