Saturday, 5 March 2022 at 3.00pm,
in the marquée at Manning Clark House, 11 Tasmania Circle, Forrest
Anna Clark and Frank Bongiorno in conversation about Anna’s latest book
“ … is bold and inclusive: it catalogues and contextualises changing readings of the past, it examines the increasingly problematic role of historians as national storytellers, and it incorporates the stories of people.”
Dr Anna Clark is an award winning historian, author and public commentator. She has a PhD in History from the University of Melbourne and currently holds a prestigious Australian Research Council Future Fellowship at the Australian Centre for Public History at UTS. Anna is an internationally recognised scholar in Australian history, history education and the role of history in everyday life.
Professor Frank Bongiorno AM teaches in the School of History at the Australian National University. He is Vice-President of the Australian Historical Association and a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and the Australian Academy of the Humanities.
We hope to have books available for purchase and Anna will sign them before and after the event
Bookings are essential
MCH members $10
Concession (government support) and full-time students $15
Refreshments will be provided