Australian & New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) Established in 1971
|The aim of ANZHES is to
collect and distribute information relating to the study,
teaching and research in the history of education.
A further aim is to sponsor and support such activities as may encourage research and exchange of ideas on the history of education.
ANZHES will offer a limited number of bursaries for ANZHES member postgraduates presenting papers at the July Symposium and the November Worcester Joint HES/ANZHES Conference. Bursaries will be awarded subject to the committee's discretion and will be no more than 25% of the applicant's total costs (travel, registration & conference dinner).
NB. An applicant can only receive ANZHES funding twice. Please advise us if you have previously been a recipient of an ANZHES bursary.
|Submission dates:||For Mid-year July Symposium – 1 June 2016|
|For Joint Nov Conference – 18 Sept 2016|
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ANZHES 2016 mid-year symposium
Connections and Communities in the History of Education
8-9 July, Melbourne
The Australia and New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) announces its 2016
symposium with the theme of Connections and Communities in the History of Education.
We invite individual papers or panel sessions that examine historical connections between
individuals, communities, peoples, nation states or institutions, associations and organisations.
Sight, Sound and Text in the History of Education
18 - 20 November 2016
The Abbey Hotel, Malvern, Worcester, UK
ANZHES congratulates President, Dr Helen Proctor, awarded a 2014 ARC Future Fellowship - Read more here »