The new faculty of Arts, Design & Architecture (ADA) at UNSW unites world class academics from disciplines across the creative arts, humanities, design and architecture who, through creativity, collaboration and inclusion solve problems to improve life. Our community of historians in the School of Humanities & Languages are renowned for their strengths in world history, histories of war, gender and empire, and histories of Europe, Asia and our region.
The School and ADA proudly support the 2021 AHA Conference, which aligns with our mission to listen, challenge, create and share diverse knowledge about people, place and cultures to enable lives with purpose. To learn more about Humanities & Languages and ADA please visit our website.
We also gratefully acknowledge the enormous support Nura Gili has given the conference.
The AHA was founded in 1973 and is the peak national organisation of historians – academic, professional and other – working in all fields of history. We have over 750 members. The benefits of membership include subscription to History Australia, networking opportunities, access to scholarships, awards and prizes, and information on employment opportunities, scholarships, fellowships, and events.