Our Publication Subsidy Scheme supports quality scholarly publication in the humanities. Subsidies of up to $3000 are awarded to support costs associated with publication, such as illustrations, maps and copyright fees.
Since 1970 the scheme has supported 303 scholars.
Sir Frederick and Peter White Fund
The Sir Frederick and Peter White Fund is a $500 subsidy to support archaeological publications. Applicants can apply to the Fund for a stand-alone subsidy or in addition to the maximum $3000 available through the Publication Subsidy Scheme. The Fund runs every four years and will be open again in 2022.
Congratulations to our 2019 recipients
We congratulate the following recipients and are proud to support their projects:
Professor Bain Attwood, Monash University — Claiming Possession: Sovereignty, Property and the Making of Native Title in a Colonial World, Cambridge University Press
Dr Fiona Crawford, Queensland University of Technology — Never Say Die: The Hundred-Year Overnight Success of Australian Women’s Football, NewSouth Books
Dr Elisa deCourcy, The Australian National University — Empire, Early Photography and Spectacle: The Global Career of Showman Daguerreotypist J.W. Newland, Bloomsbury Academic, UK
Dr Jocelyn Hargrave, Monash University — The Evolution of Editorial Style in Early Modern England, Palgrave Macmillan
Dr Ted Nannicelli, The University of Queensland — Artistic Creation and Ethical Criticism, Oxford University Press
Dr Camilla Norman, The University of Sydney — People of Daunia: Voicing the Statue-stelae, The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology (UCLA)
Dr Katrina Stats, The University of Adelaide — The Australian Way: Australia’s Responses to Asylum Seekers in Historical Perspective, Wakefield Press
Dr Myfany Turpin, The Sydney Conservatorium of Music, The University of Sydney — Women’s Ceremonial Designs from Willowra, Central Australia; Yawulyu-kurlu: Kuruwarri mardukuja-mardukuja-kurlangu Wirliyajarrayi-wardingki-kirlangu, Aboriginal Studies Press / Bruderlin MacLean Publishing Services
Eligibility & how to apply
Applications will open February 2020 for the next round of the Publication Subsidy Scheme.
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