Category Archives: August 2017

Call for Papers: Recording, Narrating and Archiving the First World War

Following the success of the Oxford conference in November 2016, The International Society for First World War Studies is delighted to announce that their 10th conference will be held in Melbourne, Australia – the first to be held in the southern hemisphere. Professor Joan Beaumont of the Australian National University and Professor Michael Roper of the University of Essex…
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Mapping: History’s Newest Tool

Cartography has long been a valuable resource for historians, however in the current digital age historians are increasingly turning to mapping as a way of publishing research findings in an interactive and transformative way. Successful ways that mapping has been integrated with history is evidenced in the Queensland Government's recently developed program QImagery and the University's of…
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‘Stories of Stephens’ launched

[caption id="attachment_983" align="alignnone" width="782"] Image: contributing authors and researchers at the launch of Stories of Stephens, Monday 10 July 2017.[/caption] On Monday 10 July, the Annerley-Stephens History Group Inc celebrated the launch of Stories of Stephens - A history of Annerley and the surrounding suburbs. This publication, compiled by Stephen Sheaffe, features a selection of…
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