HISTORY IN PRACTICE: Visual Culture and Media
A series of practical Higher Degree Research workshops that will explore how today's historians are using visual culture and the media, both as historical evidence and to communicate their research. Workshops will provide the opportunity to hear from leading scholars in the field and include discussion of examples from the work of current HDR candidates at the ANU School of History.
Each workshop will be conducted in a hybrid mode, attendees will have the option of attending online, or in person at the Level Two Seminar Room (#2.56), RSSS Building (#146), Australian National University, Acton.
In-person participation will be strictly limited on a first-come basis; Zoom participation will be limited to 20 participants. Please indicate your preference when booking.
DAY ONE: Historians and the Media: Sources, Problems and Performance
10.30AM-4PM AEDT Monday 16 November 2020
Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley, Centre for Media History, Macquarie University
Professor Clare Wright OAM, ARC Future Fellow, La Trobe University
Michelle Grattan AO, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra
DAY TWO: Visual Culture as Historical Evidence
10.30AM-4PM AEDT Wednesday 18 November 2020
Professor Jane Lydon, Wesfarmers Chair in Australian History, University of Western Australia
Professor Desmond Manderson, Centre for Law, Arts and the Humanities, Australian National University
Dr Keren Hammerschlag, Centre for Art History and Theory, Australian National University
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Please direct enquiries to Shane.Breynard@anu.edu.au or Joshua.Black@anu.edu.au
Workshop flyer and further details below.