History Week 2017 seeks to examine, unravel and understand Australian ‘popular culture’. As History Week enters its 20th year, History Council of NSW members are invited to celebrate popular culture across the decades, to investigate its construction and analyse its impact on communities and individuals.
How has popular culture, whether it be music, theatre, film, television, sport or fashion, changed over time? Who defines it, and why? What does popular culture mean on an individual, community, regional and national level? How has the ‘digital age’ and 21st century technological change influenced popular culture? Have we entered a ‘new age’ of popular culture with audiences as creators, shifts in authority and more democratic modes of creative expression? Is history now part of popular culture?
For more information about History Week visit our website: www.historyweek.com.au
Please fill out each of the following questions as accurately as possible. Registrations close 30 June 2017.Please contact us if you have any questions or problems filling in this form at email@example.com
NOTE: You must be a member of the History Council of NSW to register an event for History Week 2017. Events must be relevant to the practice of history and the History Week theme, popular culture, and will be published at the discretion of the History Council of NSW. The event needs to take place during History Week which is 2 - 10 September 2017.