"History: The Unending Dialogue"
3 - 4 October 2024 - Sydney

Venue: Inner Sydney High School
Cnr Cleveland and Chalmers Streets, Surry Hills

Call for papers now open! (Closing date 3 May)

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Professor Priya Satia

Priya Satia is the Raymond A. Spruance Professor of International History and Professor of History at Stanford University, focusing on the history of modern Britain and its empire. She is the award-winning author of Spies in Arabia: The Great War and the Cultural Foundations of Britain’s Covert Empire in the Middle East (2008), Empire of Guns: The Violent Making of the Industrial Revolution (Penguin/Duckworth, 2018), and Time’s Monster: History, Conscience and Britain’s Empire (Belknap HUP/Penguin Allen Lane, 2020). Her academic writing has also appeared in many edited collections as well as scholarly journals like the American Historical Review, Technology & Culture, Past & Present, History Workshop Journal, Annales, and others. Prof. Satia also frequently writes for popular media such as the Financial Times, Slate, The Nation, Foreign Policy, the London Review of Books, Aeon, among others. She is working on a new book project, The Lake of Liberation, on British colonialism in Punjab and its legacies.

Professor Kate Fullagar

Kate Fullagar is a professor of History at Australian Catholic University, a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities and co-editor of History Australia, the journal of the Australian Historical Association. She is the award-winning author of The Warrior, the Voyager, and the Artists: Three Lives in an Age of Empire (Yale, 2020), which explores Pacific, British, and Native American history in the eighteenth century. Her most recent book is Bennelong & Phillip:  A History Unravelled (Simon & Schuster, 2023).

Dr Oleg Beyda

Dr Oleg Beyda is the Hansen Lecturer in Russian History at the University of Melbourne. He is a multi-lingual historian focusing on diaspora studies (the first and second waves of migration from Russia after 1917) and the Second World War in Eastern Europe. He has authored multiple publications on military and civil collaboration in Europe during the Second World War, Russian emigration, and the German-Soviet War, including those for Cambridge University Press (2017), European University of Saint Petersburg (2018), Palgrave Macmillan (2020), George Washington University (2021), and Central European University Press (2024). Dr Beyda has extensive teaching experience in Soviet history, the historiography of Stalinism, the history of the world since 1750, and the global history of World War Two.

Professor Matthew Fitzpatrick

Matthew Fitzpatrick is Professor of International History at Flinders University and an Australian Research Council Future Fellow. He is the President of the History Council of South Australia, Secretary of the Australasian Association for European History and author of three books covering different aspects of German history. He has twice been an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at the Westphalian Wilhelms-University in Münster, Germany and is a past recipient of the Chester Penn Higby Prize. He is currently completing a fourth book on German imperialism in the Pacific region.

Dr Alina Kozlovski

Dr Alina Kozlovski is the Lecturer of Digital Innovation (Ancient History and Archaeology) at the University of New England. Prior to this role, she worked in museums in the US, UK, and Australia including on exhibitions such as Buried by Vesuvius: Treasures from the Villa dei Papiri at the Getty Villa and The Invisible Revealed at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney. She completed her PhD at the University of Cambridge and has held postdoctoral fellowships at the British School at Rome and at the Powerhouse Museum. Her research focuses on concepts and histories of curation, starting from ancient Greece and Rome to the contemporary world, and on the role of copies, both material and digital, in museum collections.


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