MASTERCLASS: Making family and local histories global
Family and local history can strengthen communities and give voice to their diverse stories. But how do you turn your research into powerful stories that capture a wide audience and have global and contemporary relevance? Join the History Council of NSW with guest speakers including local history specialists and historians, as they share their skills and experience in connecting family and local histories with current issues and audiences. After the guest speakers deliver their session, there will be time for questions and participants are invited to share their ideas and/or research for feedback.
With Nancy Cushing, Andrew May, Julie McIntyre and Sue Ryan.
Presented by History Council of NSW with support from the School of Humanities and Social Science, University of Newcastle.