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27 June – 1 July 2022, Deakin University, Geelong Waterfront Campus
There is just over a week to go until Deakin hosts the AHA Conference at the Waterfront Campus. Look out early next week for the conference app, which is due to go live then. The app will include the full program and abstracts, information on the venue, opportunities for networking and also an opportunity to register for the various tours of Geelong cultural institutions that you will see in the program. It will also include details of the ECR/HDR social event scheduled for Tuesday 28 June at 7pm.
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Oral History Victoria Annual Symposium 2022
“Oral History: Making it work through the pandemic”
Sunday 19 June 2022, 10.00 am – 1.30 pm, Abbotsford Convent
This year the OHV Symposium is an in-person designed to provide an opportunity to reflect together on what oral historians have experienced and learnt over the last few years.
- How has our oral history practice changed?
- What do we want to preserve from pre-pandemic oral history practice?
- What new approaches will we take from our experience of the pandemic into our future practice?
CHRG associate Carla Pascoe Leahy will deliver a keynote for the symposium. For more information and to register, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/oral-history-making-it-work-through-the-pandemic-ohv-annual-symposium-tickets-333465483237
The History Council of Victoria has two awards now open – the Jane Hansen Prize for History Advocacy and the Lynette Russell Prize for First Peoples’ History in School. Check out the details in the links.
A new book edited by CHRG members David Lowe and Carolyn Holbrook, along with Lyndon Megarrity, is now available for order. Lessons from History will be published in July – you can pre-order here for a discounted copy. The book features contributions from a number of CHRG members, HDRs and affiliates including Jeff Hole, Carla Pscoe Leahy, Mia Martin Hobbs and Joan Beaumont.
Australia, New Zealand and China relations and the impact on education
As a research collective located across universities in Australia, New Zealand, China, and Hong Kong, we would like to invite you to participate in our online survey: Australia, New Zealand and China relations and the impact on education. The aim of this 20-minute survey is to capture the impact of the current geopolitical relations between Australia, New Zealand and China on various Education sectors. We are interested in the perspectives of teachers, lecturers, researchers, and professional staff working in schools, higher education and research institutes on how the recent geopolitical shifts have impacted your work and your work environment. We also invite you to share your views about possible future developments, challenges, and opportunities that you see emerging from the current situation. We also plan to carry out follow-up interviews, and the final question of the survey asks if you are interested in taking part.
To complete the survey, please go to: https://researchsurveys.deakin.edu.au/jfe/form/SV_3eoMt5V1uimfMI6
Ken Inglis Postgraduate Prize, Australian Historical Studies
The Prize is awarded to the best paper presented by a postgraduate student at the 2022 Australian Historical Association Conference. The winner receives a two year subscription to Australian Historical Studies and a $250 book voucher for Routledge books. Submissions are due 30 September 2022 and you can find more information here.
Presented by Public Record Office Victoria in partnership with the Royal Historical Society of Victoria, the Victorian Community History Awards are held annually to celebrate the people involved in community history projects who are dedicated to telling local stories which help all Victorians to better understand their past. There are 11 award categories, including Victorian Premier’s History Award, History Publication Award and History Article Award. Applications are due 5pm, 8 July 2022. You can find more details here.
Lyndall Ryan Thesis Prize
The International Australian Studies Association (InASA) is calling for applications for the first biennial Lyndall Ryan Thesis Prize. This new award celebrates excellence in PhD research in the interdisciplinary field of Australian Studies. InASA is honoured to offer this $1,000 prize which Professor Ryan is generously sponsoring to support emerging scholars in Australian Studies. Applications are due by 5pm, 30 June 2022. You can find more information here.
Environmental History Meets Public Policy
22 March – 21 June 2022
A series of training webinars ending with a hybrid stakeholder debate.
Through a series of practical workshops and roundtable discussions, participants will be introduced to different policy actors and the process of policy engagement will be demystified. Channels for engagement will be explored, and researchers will leave equipped with the tools and practical skill-set to actively bridge their research and the policy community. The climax of our series is a hybrid event in Berlin, which will feature lightning talks on possible policy lessons by invited environmental historians, and a feedback debate with policy stakeholders. You can find more details here.
Conferences and Call for Papers Reminders
2022 InASA Conference: It’s Time…Again
ANU and Old Parliament House, Canberra
30 November – 2 December 2022.
The Conference committee is calling for abstracts of 150 words and a short biography of 75 words by 30 June 2022.
The theme of the conference draws its inspiration from the 50 year anniversary of the Whitlam government’s election in 1972 – an event seen by many as not merely a political turning point, but also a social and cultural awakening from a long post-war torpor. Elected on December 2 – a date which coincides with the last day of our 3-day program – Gough Whitlam’s reforming Labor government ended 23 straight years of Coalition rule. Fittingly, conference participants will enjoy a keynote address in the historic House of Representatives chamber at Old Parliament House – one of Australia’s most cherished buildings and the stage for the dramatic conclusion to that tumultuous chapter in Australian history. The conference drinks and dinner will follow the keynote address in the elegant King’s Hall, between the two chambers. You can submit your abstract here. More details about the conference including the keynote speakers, postgraduate travel bursaries and conference events will be announced shortly. You may also direct any queries to firstname.lastname@example.org