Talking History

Four historians, fascinated by the power of imagination within history practice, consider how imagination with integrity can best bring history to life in our schools, museums, podcasts and books.

Join Professor Marnie Hughes Warrington, Professor Anna Clark, Dr Kristy Kokegei and Dr Kiera Lindsey for a provocative conversation.

Talking History is proudly presented by the History Trust of South Australia and the University of South Australia.

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