Representing professional historians in NSW.

Image courtesy British National Archives.

Representing professional historians in NSW.

Image by Cameron Skinner, 2011.

Representing professional historians in NSW.

New South Wales Police - Particulars of Deaths and Bodily injuries sustained by the Police from Bushrangers from the time of Peisley's depredations March 1862 to 7th June 1870, image courtesy State Records NSW.

Who We Are

The Professional Historians Association NSW & ACT represents practising professional historians in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.

What We Do

Professional historians are skilled in the practice of history including: research, writing, editing, publishing, curatorial, public speaking, oral interview, native title and geneaology.

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Become a Member

Do you engage in the professional practice of history? Become a member and receive accreditation among other benefits.

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Employ an Historian

Looking for an historian? Our members engage in everything from small research projects to contract histories and permanent employment in cultural institutions.

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