New blog from new ECR Reps

The AHA’s new Early Career Researcher representatives – Chelsea Barnett, Joel Barnes, and Anna Temby – have published a new entry on the AHA ECR blog introducing themselves. They encourage any ECRs with concerns to reach out to them at the new centralised ECRs email address, aha.ecr@gmail.com.  Further information 

Change to ANZSRC Codes

Last week the ANZSRC Review was announced. The ANZSRC codes were last changed in 2008. The AHA submission was one of 238 to the ANZSRC Review. We are pleased to see that most of our suggestions including the case for a new Division named Indigenous Studies were supported. A key point to note is that Read more …

2020 Marian Quartly Prize

Winner: Jeremy Martens, ‘The Mrs Freer case revisited: marriage, morality and the state in interwar Australia,’ History Australia 16.3 (2019)  Jeremy Martens’ article is a masterclass in how the examination of a particular ‘case’ can open up significant questions about the entanglement of race, gender, sexuality and class in the management of settler national borders. Read more …

2020 Ann Curthoys Prize

Six entries were submitted in consideration for this year’s Ann Curthoys prize, which is awarded for the best unpublished article-length work by an Early Career Researcher (within 5 years of PhD graduation) in any one or combination of the fields in which Ann has published. It is worth $750. The editors of History Australia gratefully acknowledge Read more …