AHA Submissions to NAA Tune Review, ARC ANZSRC Review, Future Humanities Workforce Consultation

The AHA Executive has made submissions to three reviews relevant to the history discipline in Australia: the NAA Tune Review on the purpose, role and functions of the NAA; the ARC Review of the Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification; and the AAH Future Humanities Workforce Consultation on the challenges and opportunities facing Australia’s humanities-trained workforce. Read more …

Local Communities, Global Networks: AHA Conference Registration Open

A reminder that conference registrations are still open. Please note that there is an invoice option of 30-day payments for those who need it. The draft conference program is also available on the conference website.   Presenter Registrations close 1 June 2019   Attendance Registrations close 7 July 2019  Full details  

AHA/Honest History: AHA Conference 2019 Teacher Scholarship Recipient

The AHA would like to thank all who applied for the inaugural AHA/Honest History Teacher Scholarship. The scheme supports a secondary school History teacher to attend the annual Australian Historical Association Conference to promote engagement between History teachers and the broader historical community. Funding for this scheme is made possible by a generous donation from Honest History Read more …

Congratulations to Alexia Moncrieff for winning the 2018 Bryan Gandevia Prize for Australian Military-Medical History

Congratulations to Alexia Moncrieff, who has been awarded the 2018 Bryan Gandevia Prize for Australian Military-Medical History for her thesis, titled ‘“We are entitled to some control”: the Australian Army Medical Corps in the First World War.’ The prize rewards an outstanding honours, masters or doctoral thesis on a significant subject on military, social, or medical aspects of Australian wartime history.  Further information. 

New AHA ECR Blogs:

The third part of the AHA’s ECR Blog series, ‘A Conversation about Casualisation,’ is now available! In response to a recent controversial article about casualisation on The Conversation, the third part of this series is a compilation of short responses by early career academics in History who are, or recently were, employed casually in Australian universities.  Further Read more …

New AHA ECR Blogs: ‘A Conversation about Casualisation’

The AHA’s ECR Representative André Brett has commenced a series, ‘A Conversation about Casualisation,’ in response to a recent controversial article about casualisation on The Conversation. Parts One and Two are now live! In Part One, André responds to the article with some of his own reflections. In Part Two, Dr Joel Barnes tackles how casual jobs are Read more …