Announcing the 2018 Publication Subsidy Scheme recipients

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We are delighted to announce the recipients of this year’s Publication Subsidy Scheme. One of the Academy’s longest-standing initiatives in supporting scholarly work in the Humanities, the Publication Subsidy Scheme assists Australia-based scholars with the costs associated with the publication of their research.

The forthcoming publications from this year’s recipients span a number of humanities disciplines including art history, visual arts, film studies, gender studies, Australian and European history and East Asian studies, and will be published by major presses both within Australia and internationally.

Awards Committee member Professor Terri-ann White FAHA remarked that “the Committee was impressed by the applications received for publication support, recognising an extraordinary diversity of specialist publications and general-readership opportunities for Australian-based research to be disseminated. The competition was tough but gave the committee members a great snapshot of the vibrancy of scholarly work, as well as putting paid to the myth of the ‘death of the book.’”

We congratulate the following recipients and are proud to support their projects.

Dr Sabine Cotte — Mirka Mora, A Life of Making Art, Thames and Hudson Australia, in partnership with State Library of Victoria.

Dr Kate Fullagar — Faces of Empire: Three Eighteenth-Century Lives, Yale University Press.

Dr Iva Glisic — The Futurist Files: Avant-Garde, Politics and Ideology in Russia, 1905-1930, Northern Illinois University Press.

Dr Margaret Hutchison — Painting War: A History of Australia’s Official Art Scheme of the Great War, Cambridge University Press.

Associate Professor Kama Maclean — British India, White Australia: Overseas Indians, Intercolonial Relations and the Empire, UNSW Press.

Dr Susan Potter — Queer Timing: The Emergence of Lesbian Sexuality in Early Cinema, University of Illinois Press.

Dr Susan Russell —  “His great genius was to make landscapes”: The Roman Years of Herman van Swanevelt (c. 1603-1655), Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome.

Dr Stephen Whiteman — Constructing Kangxi: Landscape, Image, and Ideology in Early Modern China, University of Washington Press.

The Crawford Medallist announcement will take place in mid-June.