Members can be the first to hear presentations of new historical knowledge. The Association holds eleven talks each year, open to members and the general public.
Annual General Meeting followed by the February monthly lecture. Jeff Schneider will speak about Hobart's Jewish history from 1828 to the present.
John Short will speak about the career of William Collins, Hobart's first harbourmaster and early colonial businessman.
Environmental historian Don Garden will speak about the eruption of Indonesian volcano Mt Tambora in 1815 and its climate impact on Tasmania.
Alan Townsend will speak about the role of wallpaper in colonial Tasmanian history
Architectural historian, Eric Ratcliffe, will talk about his extraordinary Tasmanian Life.
Anne Green will speak about the role and impact of pests in Tasmanian history.
Alison Alexander continues her investigations into life in early colonial Van Diemen's Land
Professor Kate Warner will speak about her pathway to the Pathway to Truth-Telling and Treaty report.
Ian Terry will speak about his project following and photographing the route and impact of George Augustus Robinson's Big River Mission.
Martin Stone delves further into his investigations of the history of kunanyi/Mt Wellington