What is the History Roadshow?
The History Roadshow is a free program of presentations tailored to regional Victorian students of History in Years 11 and 12. The program aims to provide VCE students with rich curriculum-related opportunities to engage with specialist academic and professional historians.
Click HERE for background information about this long-running and successful program.
We are setting up a hybrid model for 2021, government restrictions permitting. Add your expression of interest here: 2021 History Roadshow
Dr Rhiannon Evans from La Trobe University presenting on Ancient Rome
to students gathered at the Christian College in Geelong, September 2017.
What feedback have you had in past years?
Highly experienced university lecturers and professional historians offer dynamic presentations directly relevant to the VCE history curriculum in Global Empires, Twentieth Century History, Ancient History, Australian History and Revolutions.
Click HERE to see details of the program in 2019 and in previous years.
Participating teachers commented:
The presenter was so knowledgeable and engaging.
The presenter's energy and enthusiasm was infectious and he provided a realistic perspective.
A wonderful overview of the successes of the time period.
A variety of primary sources provided.
I liked the lecture style presentation and providing a taste of university life.
Ideas / views / approach of a different teacher.
The presentation was good for reinforcing information as well as providing new insights.
A fantastic opportunity for students to access information from leading academics which is not available elsewhere.
Associate Professor Adrian Jones from La Trobe University
presenting at Matthew Flinders Girls Secondary College.
For more information about the History Roadshow, please contact:
Deputy Executive Officer, History Council of Victoria Inc
Mobile: 0422 519 322
Email: [email protected]
The History Roadshow is developed and delivered by the History Council of Victoria with funding from the Victorian Government's Department of Education and Training Strategic Partnerships Program.