PHA to host Professional History stream at 2014 AHA conference, University of Queensland, Brisbane
As part of the Australian Historical Association’s 33rd annual conference at UQ, 7-11 July 2014, Professional Historians Australia is hosting a one-day, national professional development conference on 9 July 2014: ‘Conflict in History’ and the Professional Historian.
The day’s program will run on 9 July, parallel to the main AHA Program. Commencing with a tour of the John Oxley Library collections, the program will include sessions on researching, publishing and writing history. The program focusses on pressing issues for professional historians and showcases the expertise of PHA members from around the country. An afternoon tour of the Fryer Library will follow, and the day will be capped off with a tour of Old Government House, and the launch of Circa No. 4, where members will have a chance to mingle over drinks and nibbles.
The email address for further information and updates regarding the PHA stream of the AHA conference is: email@example.com
A copy of the PHA Stream Program is available at: www.historians.org.au/acpha/bm~doc/aha-2014_pha-stream_program_22-4-14.pdf
Anyone interested in attending the PHA conference must register through the AHA conference website: https://ei.eventinfotech.com.au/ei/rs.esp?id=1225&scriptid=HOME
You may choose to attend the full AHA conference, or only the one day, Wednesday 9 July, of the PHA conference. We encourage as many members as possible to take advantage of this professional development organised and funded by Professional Historians Australia and PHA(Q). The AHA conference program is available online at : http://www.sapro.com.au/conventions/aha2014/program.html
Please note: PHA is affiliated with the AHA, which gives our members in every State and Territory access to AHA member conference prices.
Further details of the AHA Conference are also available from the Australian Historical Association website at: www.theaha.org.au/