Announcing the 2018 Max Crawford Medallists

AAH News Academy, Media release

The Australian Academy of the Humanities is delighted to announce that Dr Raihan Ismail of the Australian National University and Dr Ana Tanasoca of the University of Canberra are the joint recipients of the 2018 Max Crawford Medal, Australia’s most prestigious award for early-career researchers in the humanities. The Medal was established through a bequest made to the Academy by …

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 …

Announcing the 2018 Humanities Travelling Fellowship recipients

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We are delighted to announce the recipients of this year’s Humanities Travelling Fellowships. The Humanities Travelling Fellowship (HTF) programme enables early career researchers (ECRs) to undertake research overseas, including accessing archives and other research materials and connecting with international researchers and networks. The chief objectives of the programme are to promote research which advances knowledge in the humanities, to assist …

Applications open for Symposium poster proposals

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Each year, the Academy involves early career researchers in the annual Symposium in several ways – as delegates, presenters, and participants in briefings and masterclasses. Our Symposium provides the next generation of humanities scholars a great opportunity to not only participate in the broader Australian humanities community and life of the Academy but also share their research and build networks. …

Applications now open for our 2018 grants and awards

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Every year, we offer a series of prestigious grants and awards that promote excellence in the humanities and support the next generation of scholars and practitioners. We are pleased to announce that applications for the following grants and awards are now open and will close at AEST 5:00pm Wednesday 4 April, 2018. Medal for Excellence in Translation The Medal for Excellence …

New funding for humanities futures

AAH News Media release, Policy & Research

The Australian Academy of the Humanities is delighted to have been awarded funding by the Australian Government through the Australian Research Council’s Linkage Learned Academies Special Projects (LASP) 2017 scheme for the Future Humanities Workforce project. The project will focus on early career development, gender equity, and will identify the skills and knowledge priorities for future research environments in the …

What it means to be a contemporary humanities scholar

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By Dr Chloé Diskin and Felicity Ford, The University of Melbourne In May of this year, we attended the Communication and Engagement for Humanities Early Career Researchers (ECRs) program, an initiative of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, hosted by La Trobe University and La Trobe Asia in Melbourne. The day focused on connecting ECRs with resources, skills, and networks to better equip …