Further funding for AHA/Copyright Agency Bursary Scheme

We are pleased to announce that the AHA has secured funding to run the AHA-Copyright Agency Bursary Scheme for a further three years, 2017-2019. The Scheme has been running since 2009 and has attracted 315 applications from emerging historians, either currently enrolled in a PhD program at a university or working as an independent scholar. Read more …

AHA/Copyright Agency Travel and Writing Bursary winners

We are pleased to announce the award of the AHA-Copyright Agency Travel and Writing Bursaries for recipients to attend the AHA conference at the Federation University Australia, Ballarat, 4–8 July, 2016. The decisions were made by judges Melanie Oppenheimer, Kate Darian-Smith and Melissa Harper. Funding for this Scheme is generously provided by the Copyright Agency, Read more …

Religious History Association Research Workshop Grants 2016

The Religious History Association invites applications for grants to support the study and publication of religious history. The closing date for applications is Thursday 30 June 2016. The aim of the grants is to facilitate the holding of workshops/conferences with a view to publication of research. Two forms of grant will be considered consistent with Read more …

Support for early career historians in 2016 ARC DECRAs

The ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards for 2016 have provided support for historians. Congratulations to Kate Bagnall (University of Wollongong), Peter Hobbins (University of Sydney), Ruth Morgan (Monash University), Elizabeth Roberts-Pedersen (University of Newcastle) and Agnieszka Sobocinska (Monash University). The AHA congratulates our members! We also congratulate the other successful historians in this latest Read more …

NAA-AHA postgraduate scholarship winners 2015

The National Archives of Australia and the Australian Historical Association have awarded two new scholarships to support postgraduate archival research into unexplored aspects of Australia’s history: PhD candidates Mia Spizzica (Monash University) and Reed Chervin (University of Hong Kong). Mia Spizzica’s project explores the experiences of pre-war Italian migrants who were affected by Australia’s wartime Read more …

AHA/Copyright Agency Travel and Writing Bursaries

This funding opportunity for postgraduate students and independent historians encourages and supports emerging historians who would otherwise be unable to attend the annual AHA conference. Ten bursaries, of $700 each, will be used for travel and accommodation by participants at the AHA conference at the University of Sydney, 6–10 July 2015; the conference registration fee Read more …