Being at home is important right now, but it can be lonely. You're invited to join the ACPH for the Public History Hour on Wednesdays from 1-2pm.
The Public History Hour conversation will be broadcast live from the ACPH Facebook page. You'll be able to join the conversation and participate via Facebook comments, lobbing in your questions and opinions and of course the hosts and their guests will comment back!
All you have to do is visit the ACPH Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/AustralianCentrePublicHistory/). You should be able to view the live stream without signing up - but if you want to join the comments you’ll have to create an account and ‘like’ the page. See this guide for info on how to get notifications when the live stream starts.
What do you talk about on the Public History Hour?
We chat about a range of topics on the Public History Hour, from popular movies to the latest research being done by historians from all over Australia. Sign up to our newsletter or follow us on Facebook or Twitter (@AusPublicHist) to find out what's coming up on the PHH.
Wednesdays 1-2pm on the ACPH Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/AustralianCentrePublicHistory/
If you are an historian or a member of the GLAM-Fam and want to contribute or have a topic you’d like discussed, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Also, hang out with Historians at the Movies Australia on Sundays! Join us for #HATMAus Sundays at 8pm (AEST)
Join two of our postdocs, Chelsea Barnett and Joel Barnes for a watch party on Twitter. With thanks to Jason Herbert, creator of Historians at the Movies, we’re very pleased to be hosting an Australian version of #HATM every Sunday evening!
The idea of #HATMAus is that it’s fun, and something we can all do to build online community in these difficult times. If you'd like to suggest a movie to watch, please get in touch. Email email@example.com or shout out to us on Twitter @AusPublicHist.