ISAA Member Carol Roberts as a Member of NCIS
Carol is a member of our NCIS Affiliate,  Independent Scholars Association Australia, and will be presenting a paper at the NCIS conference in New Haven in June.  Welcome Carol.
Carol Roberts has a Master of History (UNE Armidale, NSW), a Bachelor of Arts Majoring in Australian History and an Advanced Diploma in Local, Family and Applied History. She also has an Associate Diploma in the Theory of Music, Literature and Criticism from Trinity College of Music, London. Carol Roberts’ research over recent years has focused on the links between art, history and tourism in her local area of the Hawkesbury Valley in New South Wales, Australia. She has been working closely with Greg Hansell, pastel artist, with whom she is writing and researching a book comprising Hansell's sketches of the Hawkesbury area. Carol worked in government departments in the areas of senior management and cultural services and has contributed her time to community and arts organizations for many years. She is a member of the Professional Historians' Association NSW and is an experienced historian who runs Hawkesbury Valley Heritage Tours and Advancing History research services. Carol is a relief organist at St Matthew’s Anglican Church in Windsor and is also currently writing a book on the history of St Matthew’s for the Bicentenary of the church in 2017.

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