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Our 2021 round of grants and awards are now open and will close on 26 April

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Championing a humanised future for Australia

The Academy is the national body for the humanities in Australia, championing the contribution that humanities make to national life.
Our purpose is to ensure the humanities in Australia thrive and excel, because we believe a better future for all humanity depends on ethical, historical, creative and cultural knowledge and expertise.

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Samer Akkach, Professor in Architecture, School of Architecture and Built Environment (SABA) at the University of Adelaide.

New Fellow

Samer Akkach is an architectural and intellectual historian, internationally recognised for his research on Islamic intellectual, scientific and cultural history. He has made major contributions to cross-cultural research on the Middle East, Asia and Europe.

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Mark Andrejevic, Professor of Media, Film & Journalism and Director of the Culture, Media, Economy Focus Program at Monash University.

New Fellow

Mark Andrejevic is a pioneering researcher of the social and cultural implications of digital media technologies, with a particular focus on surveillance, monitoring, and social control.

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Katherine Bode, Australian Research Council Future Fellow, School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics at the Australian National University.

New Fellow

Katherine Bode has an international and national reputation for her research in the cognate areas of digital humanities and literary studies and has pioneered new methodologies for digital approaches to book history.

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