Forward Talking History Online: Telling the Stories of the Holocaust Tuesday 19 October 5.30pm - Telling the Stories of the Holocaust The Adelaide Holocaust Museum and Andrew Steiner Education Centre (AHMSEC) is Adelaide’s newest museum, opening in November 2020. The museum has an obligation to preserve Holocaust history and educate current and future generations through programs … Continue reading Telling the Stories of the Holocaust
SAVE THE DATE A State of Change:Two days and learning, sharing and connecting history19 & 20 November 2021 There has been a fantastic response to our call for papers for this year's State History Symposium. While we are working on developing the symposium program, don't forget to save the date of 19 & 20 November 2021.
History Trust of SA Talking History Online:Let's Get Physical Tuesday 21 September, 5.30pm - Let’s Get Physical: Preserving SA’s Sporting Stories South Australians have long had a love affair with sport. For over 180 years sporting clubs and associations around the state have provided an outlet for physical activity, a sense of community, and a … Continue reading
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SA MEETING: 1 October 7.30pm Burnside City Uniting Church Covid lockdown interstate has prevented our next speaker attending so BERNARD WHIMPRESS has stepped up to fill the gap with ‘GEORGE GIFFEN, THE CRICKETER’ Everyone welcome (non members $5 entry). GEORGE GIFFEN: A BIOGRAPHY The office of Australian Test cricket captain … Continue reading October Members Meeting
Friday 3 September 7.30pm Dr Anne Black The overlooked Pendragon: George Isaacs George Isaacs (1825–1876), otherwise known by his apt pseudonym A. Pendragon, is a neglected figure in South Australian history. Isaacs’ book The Queen of the South, based on his experiences on the Victorian gold fields, was the first novel published in South Australia. … Continue reading September Members Meeting