Yearly Archives: 2012


A history of misinformation: Pyne spreads curriculum myths Dr Louise Zarmati, Deakin University This article was first published by Dr Louise Zarmati on The Conversation website in response to comments made by Shadow Minister for Education Christopher Pyne on the ABC’s Q&A program on 23 July 2012. It has been […]

HTAA 23 July 2012


HTAA Feedback on Senior Ancient History and Modern History General Developing a national response to ACARA’s senior national curriculum draft is not easy. There are a number of reasons for this: In all states and territories the senior courses are the focus of a great deal of passion and commitment. […]

HTAA July 2012


Australian History in Universities Letter to the The Australian 9 March 2012 – Unedited Text It is puzzling to see recent discussion about the health of Australian history in universities (“Why our history’s losing its lustre”, 7/3) happening in isolation from any real consideration of events at school level. As […]

HTAA March 2012



Congratulations to the following recipients of 2012 Australia Day Honours Professor Stuart Macintyre AO Stuart has been involved with the development of the Australian History Curriculum since its inception and has been a great supporter of the involvement of HTAA and its state affiliates. Emeritus Professor Brian Fletcher OAM Brian […]

HTAA update January 2012