The Centre for Contemporary Histories (CCH) is a dynamic, diverse and distinctive research centre that delivers and translates high-quality research into outcomes that are relevant and meaningful to contemporary society.
Reflecting a worldwide trend among democracies, Australian civic society has been eroded recently. We aim to build a comprehensive picture of historical literacy and identify areas where we need to increase knowledge and understanding of the past.
Today is the first day of Trimester 1 – good luck to all of those teaching this trimester! If you have any information to share in the Newsletter please send it through to Anna, the newsletter will be published every fortnight on Monday. You can read all our news here, but don’t forget we regularly
News | 03 Mar, 2024
CCH Seminar – 20th March – Ian Warren
Join us online or in person for a seminar with CCH Member and Deakin Criminologist Dr Ian Warren. ‘Communication’ and Crime: An excursion into the history of the present Ian is currently working on a project with colleagues in criminology and communication studies examining the definitions of communication in current Australian law. As with any
Event | 29 Feb, 2024
CCH Seminar – The Higher Education Accord – Wednesday 13th March
Roundtable Discussion: The Higher Education Accord Join us for a seminar discussing the new Higher Education Accord. What it means for teaching, for research and the students and researchers of today and the future. 11am, Wednesday 13th March 2024 Burwood: C2.05.01 Waurn Ponds: IC2.108 Zoom: Click here
Uncategorized | 23 Feb, 2024
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