Some great online history resources were shared by historians tweeting the recent Australian Historical Association conference (#OzHA2017). I have trawled through a lot of links to bring to you some of the useful and interesting history resources that caught my eye.
Several presenters have very generously shared their conference papers online:
- Bruce Baskerville, ‘The Centenary of the House of Windsor: 1917-2017‘.
- Nicolas Ferns, ‘Tanzanian Thinking: Self-reliance, Development, and the Decolonisation of Papua New Guinea‘ via Academia.
- Jon Piccini, ‘Without distinction of any kind: human rights in 1940s Australia‘ via Academia.
Blogging the Conference
Tweeting a conference is great, but blogging a conference adds depth that is hard to convey in a series of 140 character tweets. I have not found any blog posts about the conference written during the event, but some have been written after the conference:
- ‘Allegiances Beyond Borders: South Australia’s Journey from Saxe-Coburg-Gotha to Windsor‘: by Bruce Baskerville’s about his #OzHA2017 paper
- ‘OzHA 2017 Recap‘ by Emma Kluge
- ‘‘Wild Jill’: Notes from a plenary session celebrating Australian historian Jill Roe‘ published on the blog of the Australian Women’s History Network
- ‘AHA 2017: PHA NSW & ACT member contributions‘ published on the blog of the Professional Historians Association of NSW & ACT
- ‘Tips for conference organisers: Experiences from the AWHN stream of the AHA‘ published on the Australian Womens’ History Network blog.
I will add to this list if any other posts are written in the next few weeks.