The Australian Historical Association Annual Conference will be held at ANU on 2-6 July 2018. Although most conference events are open to registered delegates only, the following sessions (all in the Copland Theatre) are open to the wider ANU community.
Tuesday 3 July, 11.00am - Writing a national history on a global scale: a preliminary evaluation of
A.G. Hopkins’ American Empire (2018)
Tuesday 3 July 1.30pm - Rescaling the Australian Dictionary of Biography
Tuesday 3 July, 3.30pm - Understorey – the campaigns to protect the south-east forests
Film screening and discussion
Wednesday 4 July, 9.00am - Knowledges of the Deep Human Past
Wednesday 4 July, 11.00am - Discovering history at scale through Trove
Wednesday 4 July, 1.30pm - Museums and the Anthropocene
Thursday 5 July, 11.00am - Object Lessons: Australian Journey – The Story of a Nation in Twelve Objects
Thursday 5 July, 1.30pm - The Future of Migration History in Australia
Thursday 5 July, 3.30pm - What Is International History Now?
Friday 6 July, 11.00am - Animals Count