‘law&history’ latest issue

law&history, vol. 5:1 (2018) acknowledges the 180th anniversary of the Myall Creek massacre with Ann Curthoys leading a forum discussion on its significance and meaning, and Tim Rowse considering the moral position of the colonial Native Police. Articles by legal historians illuminate other issues of importance in colonial and imperial history: the ownership of mapping Read more …

Vale, Sally Percival Wood

The AHA was saddened to learn of the death AHA member Sally Percival Wood, a highly respected Melbourne-based historian with an interest in the political, cultural and social upheavals brought about by decolonisation in the twentieth-century. Sally completed her PhD at Deakin University in 2011, after which she worked as Manager, Applied Research and Analysis Read more …

AHA/Copyright Agency Postgraduate Conference Bursaries 2018

Congratulations to the following postgraduate students who have been awarded the full bursary, valued at $800 per applicant, plus mentoring opportunities: Honae Cuffe, Nicole Davis, Jack Fahey, Jaclyn Hopkins, Anna McKay, Beth Marsden, Lilian Pearce, Ben Sacks, Patrick White and Elmari Whyte. Congratulations also to the three postgraduates awarded mentoring only: Toni Church, Rebecca Holland Read more …