We would like to thank and acknowledge the following sponsors for supporting our keynote speakers, venue hire and providing advice along the way.
The National Museum of Australia explores the land, nation and people of Australia. We focus on Indigenous histories and cultures, European settlement and our interaction with the environment. The National Museum brings to life the rich and diverse stories of Australia through compelling objects, ideas and events. nma.gov.au
The ANU Australian Studies Institute (AuSI) launched in July 2018 with the mission of promoting the study of Australia, sharing Australian-focussed research and helping to bring an Australian perspective to comparative, transnational and international projects. In short, we hope to join global conversations and also help facilitate them.
MoAD is proud to be a sponsor of the 2018 HTAA Conference. MoAD – the Museum of Australian Democracy, is a living museum of social and political history, located in Old Parliament House, Canberra. Our exhibitions, events, collections and education programs will provoke thoughtful engagement through stories and creative interpretations of past and current events informed by authoritative research and data analysis. Our vision for learning is to engage Australians in the importance of getting involved, celebrating the spirit of Australian democracy and the power of our voices within it. Our programs provide unique and transformative learning experiences that explore what it means to be an informed and engaged citizen. moadoph.gov.au
The National Library of Australia is the world’s largest storehouse of knowledge about Australia and its people. The Library ensures that this knowledge is collected, preserved and made accessible in order to support learning, creative and intellectual endeavour, and contribute to the continuing vitality of Australia’s diverse culture and heritage. nla.gov.au
NGA is home to the national art collection, focusing on four main areas- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, Australian art, Asian art and European and American art. NGA is a site for learning, hosting some 70,000 students annually. Our education program engages and inspires students, developing their critical and creative thinking skills. Programs can be tailored to address specific learning areas, including exploration of Australia’s multifaceted history. nga.gov.au
Big History Project is a free, online humanities curriculum that delivers a big-picture look at the world (a place billions of years in the making!). It prioritizes inquiry, putting student engagement first. Students will have a better understanding of how we got here, where we’re going, and how they fit in. https://school.bighistoryproject.com