The AHA administers a range of prizes and awards annually and biennially.
The Association is also proud of their partnership with the National Archives of Australia to offer scholarships to postgraduate students, and the Copyright Agency to offer postgraduate bursaries associated with our annual conference and an ECR mentorship scheme.
The HDR/ECR Mentoring Scheme will pair Higher Degree Researchers with Early Career Researchers in a mentor/mentee relationship, creating space for HDRs to ask questions and get advice from somebody who
Funding Opportunity for Secondary School History Teachers The AHA/Honest History: AHA Conference Teacher Scholarship supports a secondary school History teacher to attend the annual Australian Historical Association Conference to promote
Funding opportunity for Early Career Researchers. The Jill Roe Early Career Researcher AHA Conference Scholarship Scheme supports Early Career Research historians to attend and present at the AHA annual conference. Funding for
The Marilyn Lake Prize for Australian Transnational History is a biennial prize of $2000 awarded by the Australian Historical Association for the best book in Australian Transnational History. The AHA
Description of Award The Australian Historical Association is delighted to announce a new early career researcher bursary for attendance of the annual AHA Conference. The Patrick Wolfe Bursary will be awarded annually until