Monash University’s Professor Alistair Thomson joins ABC Overnights to talk about how family photographs have … Continue reading Talking about family photos
In this video Alistair Thomson (Professor of History, Monash University) introduces an extraordinary new resource for school and university teaching in Australian history and Australian studies.
In this video oral historian Alistair Thomson introduces you to the Australian Lives ebook, which enables readers to be listeners to the hundreds of oral history extracts in the book, and which curates access into one of Australia’s largest online oral history collections.
Australian Lives: An Intimate History (by Anisa Puri and Alistair Thomson) will be published by … Continue reading Australian Lives: An Intimate History – a new type of oral history book
The latest theme issue of Australian Historical Studies (AHS), edited by Katie Holmes and Alistair … Continue reading Australian Generations oral history theme issue of Australian Historical Studies
Rob Perks and I have just published the new, third edition of The Oral History … Continue reading The Oral History Reader – 3rd Edition now Available
It’s been a busy few weeks for academics with an interest in Anzac history and … Continue reading Reflections on Anzac Day 2015
Watch the remarkable video histories produced by Monash students on our Making Histories course… Making … Continue reading Making Histories Showcase – Monash student video histories 2014
In June 2014 I delivered a public lecture about the Australian generations oral history project at … Continue reading Podcast lecture about Australian Generations project
‘Searching for Hector Thomson’, which I scripted and narrated for ABC producer Michelle Rayner, was … Continue reading Radio documentary – Searching for Hector Thomson