'History is Hot' Series: Department of History postgraduates at the RAHS

17 April, 2013

History is Hot, showcasing Australian history projects of current postgraduate students is the latest outreach initiative by the RAHS. On this occasion you are invited to join us for informal talks by students at the University of Sydney on their research. In the company of colleagues and friends, this is your opportunity to learn about what is hot in history. 

Bruce Baskerville One Hot Crown: Some thoughts on writing Australian History with the Crown as Organising Principle

David EarlDisability History: Why it’s been neglected and why it‘s important

Peter Hobbins Snakes and ladders: dangerous animals in colonial Australia 

Louise Prowse – The museum moment, heritage walks and the main street: Changing ways of experiencing the past in New South Wales country towns: 1960 – 2000

Jacqui Newling – Food in the first settlement of NSW 1788-1795

For more information, please see the Royal Australian Historical Society website


Location: History House, 133 Macquarie Street Sydney

Contact:Royal Australian Historical Society
Phone:02 9247 8001