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Launch of Analysing Australian History
April 7 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pmFree
You are invited to the Analysing Australian History book launch
Published in late 2021, Analysing Australian History is the first series of resources to cover all the requirements of the new VCE Australian History Study Design.
Led by Emeritus Professor Richard Broome, an expert author team of highly experienced teachers and historians draw on a wide range of compelling historical sources and activities to explore key themes in our past and captivate students with the various continuities and changes in Australian history.
Emeritus Professor Richard Broome AM FAHA FRHSV
President of the Royal Historical Society of Victoria, Emeritus Professor of History at La Trobe University, speaker to VCE students since 1974, co-editor, with Ashley Pratt, of Analysing Australian History, vols 1-4, Cambridge University Press, 2021
Dr Rosalie Triolo (launching the series) FRHSV, Senior Lecturer of History Education at Monash University, Councillor and Past President of the History Teachers Association of Victoria.
Gerry Martin Former Councillor of the History Teachers Association of Victoria and current Curriculum Manager, History and Civics Curriculum, Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority.
Mark O’Neil Executive Director, Cambridge University Press & Assessment
Special performance by The Good Girl Song Project
Songwriter and musician, Helen Begley and actor and singer, Penny Larkins established The Good Girl Song Project to produce original song cycles with theatrical elements and accompanying workshops that explore Australian women’s history.
Some street parking may be available, otherwise parking is available at:
The Queen Victoria Market undercover carpark (entry from Queen Street – $10 evening rate. Open 24/7)
Wilson carpark (191 A’Beckett Street) ($10 evening rate – only open until 10pm)
Wilson carpark (380 LaTrobe Street) ($10 evening rate – only open until 10pm)
This event will be held at the RHSV premises but the speeches will also be available via Zoom. Zoom log-in details will be sent 24 hours prior to the launch to those who register as a Zoom attendee.