For almost fifty years ANZHES has been welcoming postgraduate students specialising in the history of education to its conferences and other activities. The Society recognises and values the wealth of talent and cutting-edge research that postgraduates bring to our discipline.
Postgraduate student representative
University of Technology, Sydney
Matilda is a PhD candidate at the Australian Centre for Public History, University of Technology, Sydney Australia, and 2018-19 Endeavour Postgraduate Research Scholar at Umeå University, Sweden. Her thesis explores the role and uses of historical and educational discourses and knowledge in historical justice processes. As ANZHES Graduate Student Representative, Matilda aims to promote the research and interests of graduate students and early career researchers working in the fields of educational history, public history and history education in Australia and New Zealand. In 2019, she is working towards organising a workshop for graduate students and ECRs in these fields, with aim to develop their research projects as well as to encourage collegiality and collaboration. Graduate student members and prospective members should feel free to get in contact with any concerns, queries, or suggestions.
Conferences are ideal places to present work, test ideas and receive feedback and guidance from experienced researchers and academics in a supportive and collegial environment. Senior academic colleagues usually run workshops of interest for postgraduate student members prior to the annual ANZHES Conferences.
ANZHES offers some financial support for full or part time postgraduate students who are financial members of ANZHES and who present a paper at an annual conference. Applications should be made to the ANZHES Secretary using the application form (in development).
The ANZHES Guidelines for Funding of Postgraduate Students are downloadable here