In order to help historians throughout Australia plan attendance at conferences and workshops the AHA wishes to advise that the annual AHA conference will be held each year in July of the AVCC common week.


2015 AHA Conference: ‘Foundational Histories’

6–10 July, University of Sydney

University of Queensland, 7-11 July 2014

Please note: presenters at AHA Conferences must be members of
the Australian Historical Association.


ANZSANA 2015 Annual Conference

Australian & New Zealand Studies Association of North America

Dallas, Texas

29-31 January 2015


14th Biennial Labour History Conference

University of Melbourne, Australia

11-13 February 2015


‘Recovery and Rebuilding: Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief

Asia Pacific Economic and Business History Conference

Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society, UNSW Canberra, Australia

12-14 February 2015


Fourth International Gallipoli Symposium: Gallipoli Campaign - History, Myth and National Imagination

Istanbul, Turkey

15-18 March 2015


The First World War: Local, Global and Imperial Perspectives

Crowne Plaza in Newcastle, NSW

26–27 March 2015


Protection: Global Genealogies, Local Practices

Monash University

9-10 April 2015


The Private Lives of Empire: Intimate Histories of the Settler Colony, 1800 to the Present Day

University of Sydney

16–17 April 2015


Flesh and Blood: A Feminist Symposium on Embodied Histories

Australian National University

8 May 2015


Writers and Readers: Books that Shaped and Subverted the British Empire

Part of the ‘Australia in the World’ program of public lectures, seminars and symposia

University of Melbourne

8-9 May 2015


Migration in Global History: Peoples, Plants, Plagues, and Ports

Asian Association of World Historians Third Congress

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

29–31 May 2015


Royals on Tour: The Politics and Pageantry of Royal Visits

University of Sydney, Australia

11-12 June 2015


Memory in Poland of the Rescuers and the Rescued from the Holocaust (International Conference)

Warsaw, Poland

11-12 June 2015

Contact in Australia is Aleksandra Hadzelek, University of Technology Sydney.


Ireland’s Others: Diversity in History and Culture

21st Australasian Irish Studies Conference

National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland

18–20 June 2015

In Relation: Children, Youth and Belonging

SHCY 8th Biennial Conference

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

24-26 June 2015


Brothers and Sisters in Arms: Historicising Indigenous Military Service’

Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, Australia

25-26 June 2015

This conference is part of the ARC-funded project ‘Serving our Country: A History of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in the Defence of Australia.


Savage Worlds: German Understandings of Non-European Peoples 1815–1918

City Campus, Flinders University, Australia

29 June – 1 July 2015


Australian and New Zealand Society of the History of Medicine – 14th Biennial Conference

Australian Catholic University campus, North Sydney

30 June – 3 July 2015


Australia New Zealand American Studies Association (ANZASA) Conference

Caulfield Campus, Monash University, Australia

30 June – 3 July 2015


Missions, Methods and Management

The Australian and New Zealand Society of the History of Medicine 14th Biennial Conference

Australian Catholic University, North Sydney, Australia

30 June – 4 July 2015


Foundational Religious Histories: Local and Global, Past and Present

Religious History Association Annual Conference 2015

Part of the 2015 AHA conference, University of Sydney

7 July 2015


Good and Mad Women: Histories of Gender, Then and Now

Australian Women’s History Network Symposium 2015

Part of the 2015 AHA conference, University of Sydney

8 July 2015


The Asia-Pacific War, 1931-1945

Australian National University, Canberra Australia

9–11 July 2015


War, Violence, Aftermaths: Europe and the Wider World

Australasian Association for European History (AAEH) XXIV Biennial Conference

University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia

14–17 July 2015


ANZAMEMS 10th Biennial International Conference

Australian and New Zealand Association of Medieval and Early Modern Studies Conference

The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

14–18 July 2015


REHAB 2015 – 2nd International Conference on Preservation, Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Historic Buildings and Structures

Porto, Portugal

22–24 July 2015


Re-Reading Romanticism: Imagination, Emotion, Nature, and Things

3rd Biennial Conference of the Romantic Studies Association of Australia

University of Melbourne

23-25 July 2015


Rotterdam, The Netherlands

26-31 July 2015


Jinan, China

27-28 August 2015


Thinking Labour Rights through the Coolie Question

Symposium to be held as part of the Laureate Research Program in International History

University of Sydney, Australia

17–18 September 2015


SHARING CULTURES 2015 –4th International Conference on Intangible Heritage

Lagos, Algarve, Portugal

21–23 September 2015


9th Conference of the Australian Forest History Society Inc.

Mount Gambier, South Australia

21–23 October 2015


Race, Mobility and Imperial Networks: Charting the Transnational Asia-Pacific World, 1800-2015

RMIT and La Trobe Universities, Melbourne

9–11 November, 2015


League of Nations: Histories, Legacies and Impact

University of Melbourne, Australia

10–11 December 2015


After Empire: The League of Nations and the former Habsburg Lands

University of Vienna, Austria

11–12 December 2015