AHA Newsletter 10 December 2020

AHA Newsletter 10 December 2020   Contents  AHA News | Congratulations | Announcements | Opportunities | Call for Papers | Reminders   AHA NEWS  Many members did not receive the AHA’s 3 December 2020 newsletter as it was labelled as spam by some email servers. The AHA would like to apologise and is working to find a Read more …

Applications open for AHA-Copyright Agency ECR Mentorship Scheme

The AHA is pleased to open applications for the AHA-Copyright Agency ECR Mentorship Scheme. This award supports Early Career Researcher historians to develop their professional skills. Specifically, it will link Early Career Researchers with senior historians who will mentor them in the development of new and innovative works of historical scholarship, in the form of Read more …

Congratulations: 5 November 2020

Congratulations to Benjamin Wilkie, winner of the Local History Small Publication Award for Gariwerd: An Environmental History of the Grampians (CSIRO, 2020). Congratulations also to those AHA members who received commendations, including Sue Silberberg, James Lesh, Jacqui Durrant, Sophie Couchman, Janice Newton, Michael Taffe, and Marjorie Theobald.  Further information  Congratulations to those AHA members awarded Read more …

Congratulations 15 October 2020

The ARC has released the outcomes for Special Research Initiative for Australian Society, History and Culture for 2020. Congratulations to all AHA members who were successful in their applications, including Richard Broome, Andrea Gaynor, Vanessa Hearman, Warwick Anderson, Jane Haggis, Penelope Edmonds, Margaret Allen, Michelle Arrow, Catherine Kevin, Ann Curthoys, Zora Simic, Katherine Ellinghaus, Lynette Read more …

Congratulations: 8 October 2020

Congratulations to James Keating for the publication of Distant Sisters: Australasian Women and the International Struggle for the Vote, 1880–1914 (Manchester University Press, 2020). This book seeks to chart the common trajectory of colonial suffrage campaigns, and argues for a more contingent history of international organising that challenges celebratory accounts of fin-de-siècle global connection.  Further Read more …

Congratulations: 24 September 2020

Congratulations to Catherine Bishop and Jennifer Aston (editors) for the publication of Female Entrepreneurs in the Long Nineteenth Century (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020). This is the first book to consider nineteenth-century businesswomen from a global perspective, moving beyond European and trans-Atlantic frameworks to include many other corners of the world, and features chapters from current and Read more …