Oral History National Conference, Adelaide, 21-24 September 2013
The Oral History Association of Australia, History SA and the University of South Australia will jointly host this conference, which will bring together professional, academic, community and oral historians. The conference will feature a range of themes relating to contested histories; memory, technology and new developments in oral history; urban history, and Indigenous history.
The conference will be held at the University of South Australia, City West Campus, Adelaide, South Australia.
Further information: Mandy Paul, Senior Curator, History SA
The Empire, Faith and Conflict conference
hosted by the University of Notre Dame, will be held on its Fremantle Campus on 3-5 October 2013.
On the eve of the centenary of the Great War, the World History Association and the Australian Historical Association have combined forces to deliver this unique event which will consider the intersection of empire, faith and conflict in world history.
Proposals for conference papers, panels and posters are now welcome. Papers are invited from scholars and postgraduate students of all historical traditions, periods and genres, including the Ancient, Medieval and Modern ages.
Session themes might include (but are not limited to) imperialism; science and faith; mission; church history; military history; gender studies; colonisation and post-colonialism; trans-national, regional and national histories; historiography; art, artefacts and visual evidence; strategy, security, terrorism and diplomacy; faith in war; and myth and legend.
To submit your conference proposal please click here and follow the links.
New Zealand Historical Association Biennial Conference
20-22 November 2013
University of Otago, Dunedin
The biennial New Zealand Historical Association conference is being held in Dunedin from Wednesday 20 November until Friday 22 November. The conference organizing committee is looking forward to welcoming a large and energetic group of historians, archivists and librarians, teachers, curators, and heritage professionals as well as the historically curious. Click here for the full conference overview.