The Institute for Public History aims to raise community awareness of the importance of history and heritage by promoting events and publications (both online/print) that foster public knowledge of history.
The role of the Institute for Public History is to engage in community engagement programs that strengthen the links between historians inside and outside the university, and to create closer ties between professional historians, alumni, and a wider, interested public.
- From written word to viewer-friendly doco The rewarding but challenging task of turning scholarly Australian history into engaging material for modern audiences will be discussed ... Read more
- The Making Public Histories Seminar Series returns in 2013. Kick-starting this year’s programme is Australian Bohemians on the screen and on the page. Tony Moore will discuss the ... Read more