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WEBINAR: IRAN PART 2 - HISTORIOGRAPHICAL APPROACHES

DATE:   Wednesday 9 September 2020
TIME:  4.00-5.00pm
 VENUE:  ONLINE
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CLOSES:
 8 September 2020
COST: $25 (GST Inclusive)
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**FOR HTANSW MEMBERS ONLY**

This webinar explores a range of historiographical approaches for consideration when teaching Iran as a National Study. In addition, a range of primary sources will be explored, providing examples of using media from the time to inform learning. Attendance at Part 1 and Part 2 Iran webinars is suggested but not essential.

Presenter: Emily Shanahan
Timing: Join the webinar at 3.50pm for a 4.00-5.00pm meeting. (Webinars in Term 3 will start on time at 4.00pm)
Maximum participants: 60 (will be repeated if there is demand)
Cost: $25 (GST inclusive)
HTANSW Members Only: Current member number is required for registration
NESA Endorsement: 1 hour, NESA number must be quoted on registration for accreditation

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