Awards and Prizes
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.
Congratulations to AHA postgraduate members John Doyle and Nicholas Ferns, who were awarded the for archival research in the most recent round. The scholarships provide postgraduate scholars with $650 worth of digital copies of records from the National Archives' collection.
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