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Doing History

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

Are you interested in making connections between local schools and your history group but not sure where to start?

Wondering what the changes to the new SACE history curriculum look like?

Confused about what the Australian Curriculum will mean for history teaching and learning?

Perhaps you would like to know about other curriculum areas where teachers and students might be working on history related topics?

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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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