The Centre for the Study of Historical Consciousness invites applications for the position of Visiting Scholar.
Visiting Scholars will generally spend one week in residence at the University of British Columbia, during which time they give one public lecture and one seminar for Centre Faculty and Student Associates. They are provided with a desk for the week. Please send as a single document e-mail attachment: a curriculum vitae, titles and 200-word (maximum) descriptions of the lecture and seminar, and names, positions and contact information of three referees. Applications will be considered on an ongoing basis throughout the academic year.
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Australian Centre for Public History, University of Technology, Sydney
16-19 March 2015
Anna Clark is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow in Public History at the University of Technology Sydney. She has written three books: "The History Wars" (with Stuart Macintyre), "Teaching the Nation: Politics and Pedagogy in Australia", and "History's Children: History Wars in the Classroom", which interviewed 250 history teachers, students and curriculum officials from around Australia and Canada to explore history teaching in school. Her current project, "Every Now and Then: Navigating History in Australia", uses interviews with 100 people from around the country to consider their thoughts on history alongside public and political discussions about the past. Reflecting her love of fish and fishing, she has also recently been commissioned to write a history of fishing in Australia, which will be published in 2016.