Important Dates:Call for Papers Closed
Aug.13th submission notifications complete Closed
Nov. 23rd CSU/SLNSW Keynote Alastair Black at SLNSW (one off Sydney event)
Nov. 27th Pre-conference bus tour or Pre-conference tour and workshop of the Public Records Office of Victoria 10-12:30, Behind the scenes tour of State Library of Victoria. Choice of times: Tuesday 27th November 2 pm or Saturday 1st Dec. 1:30pm.
Nov. 28th Post-graduate research seminar
Nov. 28th Conference Launch, Reception and Registration 6pm-9pm Celtic Club
Nov. 29th Day One of Conference
Nov. 29th 5:00-8:00 Prahran Mechanics’ Institute Library & Archive Site Visit
Behind the scenes tour of State Library of Victoria. Choice of times: Tuesday 27th November 2 pm or Saturday 1st Dec. 1:30.
To see an early draft of the programme select the following link: Final programme October 2012Final Programme November
For further details or if you have any questions contact Mary Carroll at mailto:email@example.com or view the call for papers available on this blog
Part of Melbourne Knowledge Week 2012 proudly presented by City of Melbourne. For more information visit: melbourne.vic.gov.au/knowledgeOverview
In 2012 there will be a unique opportunity for those interested in the history of the people, places and institutions which have shaped the culture and learning of communities worldwide. The combined conference of the Australian and New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES), Mechanics’ Institutes World Wide (under the auspices of Mechanics’ Institutes Victoria MIV), and the 10th Australian Library History Forum Buildings, Books and Blackboards--Intersecting Narratives presents an opportunity for the exploration of complimentary historical perspectives, sharing of ideas and a forum for cross-disciplinary engagement through the prism of shared interests. Buildings, Books and Blackboards--Intersecting Narratives 2012 will focus on the ways in which the stories of individuals, including librarians, philanthropists, administrators, educators and also organisations and institutions have intersected throughout history to engage with their communities to promote the diffusion of knowledge and access to learning.