Bursaries and prizes

AHA/Copyright Agency Postgraduate Conference Bursaries - Applications Open

The Australian Historical Association (AHA) in association with the Copyright Agency offers travel and writing bursaries linked to the AHA annual conference. The bursaries are intended to encourage and support emerging historians who would otherwise be unable to attend the conference. 

Applications close 11 March 2019.
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Jill Roe Early Career Researcher AHA Conference Scholarship Scheme - Applications Open

The AHA is thrilled to announce a new conference prize, the Jill Roe Early Career Researcher AHA Conference Scholarship. Funding for this scheme is made possible by a generous bequest from Professor Emerita Jill Roe (1940–2017), an eminent and much-loved Australian historian who made a very significant contribution to the writing, teaching and public communication of history in Australia and abroad. The scheme supports ten Early Career Research historians to attend and present at the AHA annual conference. The scholarship, valued at $1000 per applicant, provides financial assistance for ECR applicants with little or no institutional support. The money is to be used towards assisting with registration costs, travel and accommodation. Five scholarships each will be available for the 2019 and 2020 conferences.

Applications close 11 March 2019.
Further information.

Jill Roe Prize - Applications Open

The Jill Roe Prize is awarded annually for the best unpublished article-length work of historical research in any area of historical enquiry produced by a postgraduate student. The Award will consist of a cash payment of $150 and a citation, presented annually at the AHA national conference.

Applications due 31 March 2019
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The EHSANZ Postgraduate and ECR Development Prize

The Economic History Association of Australia and New Zealand (EHSANZ) will award its annual prize for the best paper given in the Economic History stream at the 2019 Australian Historical Association (AHA) Conference. The Prize is intended to encourage economic historians at the postgraduate or early career stage, and help them make connections in the wider field of economic history in Australia.

The Prize will include an annual membership of EHSANZ, and a subscription to the Australian Economic History Review. The winner will be encouraged to complete a full-length article from their paper, which will be considered for publication in the Australian Economic History Review, subject to the normal peer-review process.

For more information, download the terms and conditions, eligibility, application requirements, selection process and entry form (72.8KB)

The deadline for applications in 17 June 2019.