We plan to continually update this page – a ‘forever work-in-progress’ if you will – so if you would like to add published works, creative works, websites, and funding opportunities to this page, or would like suggest edits to certain pieces of information, please contact us at [email protected].

Bibliography

This bibliography is still under construction. If you have anything to add please contact [email protected] with either a consistently formatted list of references with DOIs / IBSNs / URLs where possible, or (preferably) a .RIS or .BIB (BibTeX) file exported from your reference manager.

Online Zotero Library

View and browse our Zotero library at: https://www.zotero.org/groups/4404913/aaphn/library.

Bibliographic collections

We are continually collating and adding to multiple themed bibliographies on our Zotero library. There are several collections already available for browsing, with more on the way:

Full AAPHN Library

In addition to our Zotero library, our full bibliography can be downloaded in several different ways. For example, download these files and import them into your reference manager of choice:

  • RIS (e.g. Mendeley)
  • BIB (e.g. Zotero, LaTex)
  • XML (e.g. EndNote)

Alternatively, download these files for text / formatted bibliography:

Web resources

Public History Web Resources

  • An Intimate Pandemic: The Community Impact of Influenza in 1919
    https://www.rahs.org.au/an-intimate-pandemic-the-community-impact-of-influenza-in-1919/
  • Camden History Notes Blog
    The aim of the Camden History Notes blog is telling stories about the characters, events, general goings and changing landscapes of the Macarthur region of New South Wales, and occasionally elsewhere.
    Originally occupied by the Indigenous Dharawal people it is one the fastest, growing areas in Australia with its master-planned housing estates and peri-urban farmland around the historic communities of Camden, Campbelltown and Picton on Sydney’s southwestern urban fringe.
    https://camdenhistorynotes.com/
  • Colonial Frontier Massacres in Australia
    Description: A map and information about massacres on the Australian Colonial Frontier.
    https://c21ch.newcastle.edu.au/colonialmassacres/
  • Colourful Histories
    https://colourfulhistories.wordpress.com/
  • DigitalNZ / Ā-Tihi o Aotearoa
    Description: Search digital collections from all over Aotearoa
    Twitter: @DigitalNZ
    https://digitalnz.org/
  • DIY Digital Archaeology
    Description: “This is a hands-on class exploring how archaeologists can learn in a digital world. While digital tools like Python, R, 3D modeling, and GIS are becoming ubiquitous in archaeological research, there remains huge accessibility gaps for archaeologists who want training in these skills.” The website provides Open Access hands-on activities for teaching and learning digital archaeology/history methods for application wherever and whenever. Data is included! By Dr. Natalie M. Susmann.
    https://profsusmann.wordpress.com/diy-dig-arch/
  • How to Research and Write the Life Stories of Irish Famine Orphans
    Description: Guide for researching and writing the life stories of Irish Famine orphans created by AAPHN PACE student researcher Amanda Midlam. See announcement post here) for more information.
    https://earlgreysfamineorphans.wordpress.com/2022/03/22/earl-greys-irish-famine-orphans-83-amandas-guide/
  • Kalimpong Kids
    Description: Between 1908 and 1938, 130 Anglo-Indian adolescents were sent to New Zealand from Dr Graham’s Homes in Kalimpong, India. Most were the children of British tea planters and Indian women, and faced an uncertain future in India. Their resettlement in New Zealand was in many ways a success, but it was also characterised by silence about their heritage.
    This website is for descendants of the Kalimpong Kids, many of whom are still discovering this hidden aspect of their family history. It is also for anyone with an interest in the Kalimpong story, from which we can learn so much about memory, community and family ties.
    http://www.kalimpongkis.org.nz/
  • New Zealand Women Historian’s Forum
    Description: A place to connect, share and advance the work of women historians of Aotearoa New Zealand.
    https://newzealandwomenhistoriansforum.wordpress.com/
  • RAAF P-40 Kittyhawk Accidents
    Description: A digital map of RAAF P-40 Kittyhawk Accidents in Australia between 1942 and 1946.
    https://public.tableau.com/profile/chao.sun#!/vizhome/AircraftCrash_0/KittyHawkAccidents
  • Santa Cruz Trains: Railroads of the Monterey Bay Area
    https://www.santacruztrains.com/
  • Teller of Yarns
    Description: A collection of real Australian stories composed by an author, a researcher of history, and a passionate storyteller.
    https://www.tellerofyarns.com/
  • Time Layered Cultural Map
    Description: This resource provides tools to help humanities researchers, including historians, and anyone interested in history, to work with digital maps. Many more history datasets will be added to this resource over the coming year.
    https://tlcmap.org
  • Wellington Chinese History Wiki
    Description: Collates information relevant to the stories of Chinese in Wellington NZ.
    https://wellingtonchinesehistory.fandom.com/wiki/Wellington_Chinese_History_Wiki

Funding and Research Opportunities

Postgraduate Study

Open

  • Co-tutelle PhD Opportunity with Macquarie University and the University of Bristol: 2022-2025
    Description:
    Professor Hilary Carey and Associate Professor Tanya Evans are hoping to recruit a funded co-tutelle PhD student to work on colonial history to be based at the University of Bristol for the first 2 years of the project and at Macquarie University for the final 2 years of the project.
    The Project:
    The award is open to students embarking on PhD research starting in October 2022 in any aspect of British and Australian colonial history. We are looking for applicants interested in pursuing original research to be supervised by Professor Hilary Carey (University of Bristol) and Associate Professor Tanya Evans (Macquarie University) who are leading historians of colonialism and its legacies in the British world. The studentship is funded through the Bristol-Macquarie Cotutelle Programme which offers postgraduate researchers access to state of the art facilities at two universities. The programme encourages and facilitates comparative studies based in the UK and Australia. Possible doctoral projects could include, but will not be restricted to: public histories of colonialism, heritage and the built environment in colonial cities, religious and cultural colonialism in settler societies, legacies of colonialism in old and new worlds, diasporic identities in old and new societies. The research contexts for this work could include (but are not restricted to) modern Australian and British (including Irish) history, colonial history, or global history. It is expected that the project would require experience working in archives. The project will take place over four years and involve complementary research in imperial and colonial sites in the UK and Australia. As a condition of funding, the successful applicant will study for the first two years on location at the University of Bristol. The final two years will be spent on location at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. Alongside their research, the student will help with aspects of public engagement coordinated by the supervisors.
    Application: Please apply in writing to [email protected], with a formal research proposal, cv, and a statement (no more than 1 page) of your suitability for a role that combines academic research with public engagement. The student must be eligible for UK home fees (or pay the difference for international students). Must start in the UK 1st Oct 2022.
    Closing date: 1st August 2022.
    More Information: https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CQW575/colonial-postcolonial-history-studentship and [email protected]

Fellowships

Open

  • There are currently no open Fellowships. Contact us if you have one you would like to advertise.

    Closed

  • AHA Fiftieth Anniversary Fellowship
    Description
    The Australian Historical Association turns fifty in 2023. As part of its marking of this anniversary, the Association will be producing a brief history (of 25,000-30,000 words) examining its first fifty years. It is offering a fellowship worth $5000 to an emerging historian to work with Emeritus Professor David Carment AM in co-authoring such a publication which will be ready to launch at the AHA’s conference in July 2023 in Melbourne. Please note that the main body of the AHA’s records are located in the Noel Butlin Archives Centre at the Australian National University. The AHA is willing to contribute up to $500 towards the costs of a short research visit to Canberra for a successful applicant located interstate.
    More Information: Enquiries to Professor Frank Bongiorno: [email protected] or see announcement here at this URL.
    Application: Applicants should send a statement addressing the selection criteria as well as a curriculum vitae (each of a maximum length of 2 pages) to [email protected].
    Closing Date: 11 July 2022
  • CACHE Early Career Indigenous Australian Research Fellowship - 2022
    Description:
    Up to $5,000 HDR, postdoctoral or heritage/environment professional fellowship for a dynamic and enthusiastic Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person with research skills to work with members of the Centre for Ancient Cultural Heritage and Environment (CACHE) in the fields of archaeological science, cultural heritage, and/or environmental heritage.
    Closing Date: Sunday 10th July, 2022
    More Information: MQ CACHE Website
    Application: Follow instructions on the MQ CACHE Website
  • CACHE Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (completed)
    Description:
    Up to $5,000 Postdoctoral fellowship for a dynamic and enthusiastic early career scholar with research skills to work with members of the Centre for Ancient Cultural Heritage and Environment (CACHE) in the fields of archaeological science, cultural heritage, and/or environmental heritage.
    Closing Date: Sunday 10th July, 2022
    More Information: MQ CACHE Website
    Application: Follow instructions on the MQ CACHE Website

Grants

Open

  • There are currently no open Grants. Contact us if you have one you would like to advertise.

Closed

  • Community Heritage Grants – 2021 Round (completed)
    Description:
    The Community Heritage Grants (CHG) program provides grants of up to $15,000 (GST inclusive) to community organisations such as libraries, archives, museums, genealogical and historical societies, multicultural and Indigenous groups. Successful CHG recipients are also given access to online workshops.
    The grants are provided to assist with the preservation of locally owned, but nationally significant collections of materials that are publicly accessible including artefacts, letters, diaries, maps, photographs, and audio visual material. The grants are also aimed at helping make these collections of materials more publicly accessible.
    Closing Date: Monday 10 May 2021
    More Information: https://www.nla.gov.au/chg/guidelines
  • Capstone Editing Grant for Mid-Career Researchers
    Description:
    The Capstone Editing Grant for Mid-Career Researchers provides up to A$5,000 of seed funding for one researcher per year to undertake an innovative research project. The expectation is that the research project will gather preliminary data and lead to the development of a research council funding application.
    The grant can be used to cover any costs related to the research project, such as software or small lab equipment; domestic or overseas travel to learn new techniques or collaborate with colleagues; academic editing of the grant proposal; and data analysis.
    Closing Date: 24 February 2022
    More Information: https://www.capstoneediting.com.au/midcareer-grant

Jobs

  • There are currently no jobs posted on the AAPHN. Contact us if you have one you would like to advertise.