Historical Connections identifies that the past is immutable and it is the responsibility of historians to construct ‘history’ which is both meaningful and tangible. Constructing meaningful history requires sound academic scholarship together with disciplined yet creative applications for historical narratives.
Tracey’s experiences in writing for commemorative publications (Maths, Marbles, Mates and Mischief: A History of Lindfield Public School and Rallying the Troops) and consolidating research for the successful listing of Woodlands on the NSW State Heritage Register, the property which was the inspiration behind Ethel Turner’s Seven Little Australians demonstrates her experience in the field of public history.
Tracey holds an Advanced Diploma of Family, Local and Applied History, Bachelor of Arts (majors- Human Bioscience and Australian History, and a Master of Arts (specialisation History).
Schedule of fees is consistent with an hourly rate of $90 as prescribed by the Professional Historians Association for a Professional Historian (Associate) 2015.