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.
Leigh Woolley will present a talk about Tasmanian Architecture.
Kristyn Harman will describe how Australian convict records shed light on the New Zealand historical experience.
Kirstie Ross will examine the convergence of railways, tourism and bushwalking in the Depression.
Anna Clark will present the 2021 Eldershaw Memorial Lecture. Her subject will be the history of fishing in Tasmania.
Graeme Broxam will take us to nineteenth century Bass Strait and the Tasmanian Aboriginal descendants of sealer John Scott.