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Key sites for South Australian History and Historians

*Australian Historical Association
www.theaha.org.au

*Australian Library and Information Association
www.alia.org.au

*Australian Society of Archivists
www.archivists.org.au

*Historical Society of South Australia
www.hssa.org.au

*History SA (formerly History Trust of South Australia)
www.history.sa.gov.au

*History in the making
http://www.historyitm.org/
History students now have their own online journal! History in the Making is a participatory project established earlier this year by a group of history alumni and current postgraduate students. It aims to showcase the best historical research being undertaken by history students across Australia.

*History Teachers Association of South Australia
www.htasa.org.au

*National Archives of Australia
www.naa.gov.au

*National Library of Australia
www.nla.gov.au

*Oral History Australia, SA Branch
www.ohaa-sa.com.au

*SA 175 Celebrating South Australia > A site created by the Professional Historians Association of SA to celebrate 175th anniversary of the establishment of South Australia  http://www.sahistorians.org.au/175/index.shtml

*SA Memory > an online gateway to South Australian history, heritage and culture created by the State Library of South Australia http://www.samemory.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm

*State Library of South Australia www.slsa.sa.gov.au

*State Records SA
www.archives.sa.gov.au

*Professional Historians Association (South Australia)
www.sahistorians.org.au

 

FEATURED EVENTS

  • Doing History

    Monday 7 August 5.30-7.30
    Free
    Bronwyn Halliday Learning Studio
    State Library SA

    School students, history teachers, and community groups coming together to ‘do history’. What’s new? What’s next?

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  • Whalers in South Australia : History, archaeology and culture contact

    Friday 11 August 6pm-8pm
    Victor Harbor Library
    Free
    Bringing together historical and archaeological perspectives, this lecture treads challenging ground between cultural contact and nineteenth-century labour relations, unravelling what it meant to be a useful and productive whaler in 1830s South Australia, and how whaling may have affected Ngarrindjeri/Ramindjeri cultural traditions.

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  • Australian Lives : An Intimate History

    Saturday 9 September 4.30pm-6pm
    Hetzel Lecture Theatre, State Library of SA
    Free
    This special event is presented to you by the History Council of South Australia, in conjunction with Oral History Australia SA/NT Branch.

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  • Nominations for Wakefield Companion to SA History Essay Prize

    Nominations must be received by 5pm Friday 15 December 2017.

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