|Kate Bagnall||Early Chinese Australian families – putting your Chinese ancestors in context.|
|Carol Baxter||Help Help! Which information is correct?: Tried-and-true strategies for determining historical truth.|
|David Berry||Tracing your ancestors in the digital age: the digitisation of collections at the State Library of New South Wales.
|John Blackwood||Separation and Divorce Scotland 17th to 19th Centuries|
|Pauleen Cass||The Marriage of local and family history: a bridge to the past.|
|Kerry Farmer||‘Migration schemes to Australia’ – Understanding more about the people who were encouraged to come.|
|Colleen Fitzpatrick||Not just the facts Ma’am: give me the big picture.|
|Simon Fowler||Shovelling out paupers: Researching assisted emigration in English archives.|
|Heather Garnsey||Finding your ancestors in the genealogical haystack.|
|Shauna Hicks||Sporting Ancestors – Discovering Forgotten Athletes.|
|David Holman||Keynote Address: Fascinating facts and figures from five centuries.
Lunchtime Seminar:Breaking down brickwalls in your research.
|Jenny Joyce||The House of Commons Parliamentary Papers – an unknown resource.|
|Grace Karskens||Keynote Address: Men, women, sex and desire: family history on Australia’s first frontier.|
|Roger Kershaw||Keynote Address: Tracing free emigrants to Australasia.A history of British Child Migration Schemes.For king and empire – services rendered: WW1 Medical Records
Lunchtime session:Volunteering at The National Archives
|Seonaid Lewis||WW1 – New Zealand remembers.|
|Perry McIntyre||Remembering and commemorating our ancestors.|
|Michael McKernan||Keynote Address: Meeting people at war: writing war on the home front.|
|Paul Milner||Scotland – maps and gazetteers for research.
Lunchtime Seminar: Genealogical lecturing skills. Proposal to Presentation
|Cheryl Mongan||A general and indiscriminate stigma – the Irish Famine Orphans, 1848–1850.|
|Robert Nash||Across the centuries – the Huguenots and their Australian descendants.|
|Michelle Nichols||Discovering the hidden riches in public libraries. Fostering family history in Local Studies Collections.|
|Jennie Norberry||Far from home Researching stories of First World War military service|
|Cora Num||Keynote Address: Front page to back page using online newspapers.|
|Michelle Patient||Crossing the ditch – an overview of trans-Tasman migration.|
|David Rencher||Family search – future and vision.Connecting the Community through FamilySearch.Irish Census and census substitutes.
Ireland – Interpreting and evaluating name lists.
Ireland -Chasing the poor and the landless.
|Richard Reid||Keynote address: If you ever go across the sea to Ireland … Realities of 19th century Ireland.
|Sue Reid||Bankrupts and Insolvents in mid-nineteenth century England – some available records and sources.|
|Carole Riley||Following the gold.
House and Home – double session.
|Tim Sherratt||The many meanings of TROVE|
|Helen Smith||Friendly Societies and family historians.|
|Stephen Szabo||Heraldry and the genealogist|
|Joshua Taylor||Keynote address: Connecting Across Past, Present, and Future|
|Mat Trinca||Dr Mat Trinca, Director of the National Museum of Australia, will present the opening address and formally open Congress 2015.|
|Jan Worthington||The Abandoned Child – Social Changes 1850-1870 through the records of the Randwick Asylum for Destitute Children.|