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Australian Centre for Public History

Understanding history in the public
Case study
Photo of Indigenous rock painting from Kakadu, with inset photo of Anna Clark

Rethinking our history

The way we understand Australian history is set to be rewritten, thanks to an ambitious new project from ACPH that retells our national story using previously untapped sources.
Research Projects
Covers from current project reports

Current Projects

Projects that the Australian Centre for Public History are currently involved with
Interested in studying public history at UTS?

Students can undertake public history studies at UTS as a postgraduate research degree (at masters and doctoral levels).

ACPH EVENT >> 1917: The Great Strike and its Legacies

The significance and legacy of the 1917 Great Strike will be explored in a panel discussion co-hosted by the UTS Australian Centre for Public History and the City of Sydney at Carriage works on Saturday 5 August 2017 as part of the Community Day held across the former Eveleigh Railway Workshops. 

ACPH Seminars
Sydney Feminist History Group seminar on life and work of Jill Roe

Michelle Arrow, Nicole Moore, Desley Deacon and Iain McCalman talking reflecting on the feminist career of historian, Jill Roe, at UTS on 27 April 2017.

Upcoming events

Get in touch

For further information on the Australian Centre for Public History please contact:

Tamson Pietsch
Director, Australian Centre for Public History
p: +61 2 9514 2709
tamson.pietsch@uts.edu.au

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