Blogs by AHA members and affiliates

 

Airminded: Airpower and British Society, 1908-1941 (mostly)

Brett Holman is an independent historian from Melbourne.

Dave Earl

PhD candidate and tutor in the Department of History at the University of Sydney: histories of youth, gender, welfare, education and disability.

Discontents

Tim Sherratt is a digital historian, web developer and cultural data hacker who's been developing online resources relating to archives, museums and history since 1993.

Hannah Forsyth

My research, “The Ownership of Knowledge in Higher Education in Australia, 1939-1996”, explores changes to conceptions of university knowledge in relation to ideas of civilisation, nation and the economy.

Marion Diamond is a retired academic historian.

Jayne Persian

Professional Historians Association of NSW

Scratching Sydney's Surface

Mark D and Laila E are historians based in Sydney, Australia. You can hear them every Friday morning at 8.15am on Sydney’s Fbi Radio and you can stream the program live no matter where you live!

Yvonne Perkins: It is  important that historians share their learning with the public and engage the public in historical enquiry. .

The Aporetic

Mike O'Malley's blog is themed around American history and the practice of history in the digital age.

The Tiger's Mouth: Thoughts on the History and Heritage of Chinese Australia

Kate Bagnall: I’ve been interested in Australia’s historical connections to China since I first lived there more than ten years ago.

 

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