Congratulations to those AHA members who won History Council of NSW annual awards and prizes. Congratulations to Paul Ashton who received the 2020 Annual History Citation. Congratulations to Alexandra Dellios who won the 2020 Addison Road Community Organisation Award for Multicultural History.
Congratulations to those AHA members successful in their applications for Australian Research Council Discovery Projects Round 1 for 2021, including David Lowe, Carolyn Holbrook, Adrian Vickers, Amanda Harris, Nell Musgrove, Alessandro Antonello, Marija Taflaga, Karen Hughes, Noah Riseman, Elizabeth Roberts-Pedersen, Alana Piper, and Hans-Lukas Kieser. Please note that the outcomes of all projects have not yet been announced, and full statistics are not yet available.
The shortlists for this year’s Prime Minister’s Literary Awards have been announced, which celebrate outstanding literary talent in Australia. Congratulations to those past and present AHA members shortlisted for awards. Congratulations to Jessica White who was shortlisted for Non-Fiction for Hearing Maud: A Journey for a Voice (UWA Publishing, 2019). Congratulations to those shortlisted for the Australian History category, including Marilyn Lake for Progressive New World: How Settler Colonialism and Transpacific Exchange Shaped American Reform (Harvard University Press, 2019), Susan Lawrence and Peter Davies for Sludge: Disaster on Victoria’s Goldfields (Black Inc, 2019), and Tiffany Shellam for Meeting the Waylo: Aboriginal Encounters in the Archipelago (UWA Publishing, 2020).