The Centre's annual lecture focuses on an event of particular significance to public history.
Out in the Streets: A history of gay and lesbian activism in Sydney (Tues 20 Feb, 6.30pm at Kings Cross Library)
Our 2018 annual lecture was a panel discussion co-hosted with the City of Sydney and Sydney's Pride History Group to mark the 40th anniversary of Sydney's first Mardi Gras. We welcomed historians Leigh Boucher, Shirleene Robinson and Scott McKinnon in a discussion moderated by ACPH Director, historian Tamson Pietsch.
[Click through for video, courtesy Sydney's Pride History Group, William Brougham]
1917: The Great Strike and its Legacies (Sat 5 August, 3pm at Carriageworks)
Our 2017 panel discussion co-hosted with the City of Sydney featured Sydney historian Laila Ellmoos, United Voice research director Frances Flanagan, artist Tom Nicholson and was moderated by ACPH historian Anna Clark.