BRINGING HISTORIANS TOGETHER
Early Bird Registrations for the 11th biennial AHA conference in Brisbane are still available until 31 March. Under the theme of CROSSING BOUNDARIES the conference offers an impressive line-up of overseas scholars and a strong stream of sessions on Australian/Pacific histories and Trans-Pacific Chinese providing valuable points of connection and comparison in histories of race relations, migration and colonisation. Other focal points are gender, identity, justice, religion, teaching history, public history and professional issues. 14 keynote speakers debate globalisation, refugees, Asia, and an Australia of 'abandoned but potentially viable alternatives'.
Full details are now on the conference website www.gu.edu.au/conference/aha2002. Don't miss this year's cutting edge of Australian historical scholarship.
Crossing Boundaries includes the Queensland History Teachers Association state conference, and the annual conferences of the Religious History Society and the Australian Mining History Association. It is proudly sponsored by the Brisbane City Council and Griffith University.
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