Awards and Prizes
2014 Prizes Winners
W.K. Hancock Prize
Janet Butler, Kitty’s War: The Remarkable Wartime Experiences of Kit McNaughton, University of Queensland Press, 2013
Ernest Scott Prize
Angela Wanhalla, Matters of the Heart. A History of Interracial Marriage in New Zealand, Auckland University Press, 2013.
Jill Roe Prize
Chris Holdridge, The Pageantry of the Anti-Convict Cause: Colonial Loyalism and Settler Celebrations in Tasmania and Cape Colony
AHA/ASAL Magarey Medal
Fiona Paisley, The Lone Protester: AM Fernando in Australia and Europe, Aboriginal Studies Press 2012
AHA Kay Daniels Award
Kristyn Harman, Aboriginal Convicts: Australian, Khoisan and Maori Exiles,
UNSW Press 2012
AHA Serle Award
Carolyn Holbrook, The Great War in the Australian Imagination Since 1915
Allan Martin Award
Amanda Kaladelfos, Immigration, Violence and Australia Postwar Politics
Pat Grimshaw Prize
The AHA congratulates all the winners.
AHA/CAL Travel and Writing Bursaries
Those awarded full bursaries are Isobelle Barrett Myering (UNSW), Miesje de Vogel (UNSW), Iva Glisic (UWA), Marisa Gonçalves (Wollongong), Effie Karageorgos (Flinders), Hannah Loney (Melbourne), Tristan Moss (ANU), Anne Rees (ANU), Susan Reidy (Melbourne) and Emily Robertson (UNSW Canberra). The AHA has also awarded part-bursaries, consisting of a conference fee waiver and access to the mentoring and workshop scheme, to Margaret Hutchison (ANU) and Ana Stevenson (Queensland).
The AHA prizes are for various categories of endeavour and offer exciting opportunities for new and established historians alike.
Most major prizes are biennial; the next awards will be made in 2014, with a deadline of 1 December 2013 for applications. The Jill Roe Prize has a deadline of 31 March 2014. The Ernest Scott Prize, administered by the University of Melbourne, is an annual prize.
Please note: candidates for AHA prizes must be members of the Australian Historical Association.
NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF AUSTRALIA/AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
The second round of scholarships for 2014 are now open.
Application guidelines and procedures can be found on the NAA website.
The Australian Historical Association (AHA) in association with the Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) is pleased to announce the availability of ten Travel and Writing Bursaries linked to this year’s AHA conference at the University of Queensland, 7–11 July, 2014. Applications due: 15 March 2014.
Other Prizes and Fellowships