Congratulations to the winners of RHSV 2021 Victorian Community History Awards, including AHA members:
Timothy Jones and co-authors for winning the Collaborative Community History Award for A History of LGBTQI+ Victoria in 100 Places and Objects;
Madonna Grehan and collaborators for a commendation in the Collaborative Community History Award for ‘Unmasked: Celebrating Nursing and Midwifery, Victoria and Beyond’;
Sarah Pinto for winning the History – Small Publication Award for Places of Reconciliation: Commemorating Indigenous History in the Heart of Melbourne (MUP, 2021).
Carolyn Collins for a commendation in the History Publication Award for Save Our Sons: Women, Dissent and Conscription during the Vietnam War (Monash University Publishing, 2021).
Uncle Roy Patterson and Jennifer Jones for winning the Community Diversity Award for On Taungurung Land: Sharing History and Culture (ANU Press and Aboriginal History Inc., 2020).
Noah Riseman et al. for a commendation in the Community Diversity Awards for Victoria’s Transgender History (Transgender Victoria and ACU).
Nicki Henningham and collaborators for winning the Oral History Award for End of an Era: The Last Gippsland Lakes Fishermen.
Robert Reynolds, Shirleene Robinson and Paul Sendziuk for a commendation in the Oral History Award for In the Eye of the Storm: Volunteers and Australia’s Response to the HIV/AIDS Crisis.
Barbara Minchinton for winning the History Article Award for ‘The Rise and Fall of Lady Gillot in Melbourne’s Turn-of-the-Century Society’, Victorian Historical Journal, Vol.91, No.2, 2020.
Fiona Gatt for a commendation in the History Article Award for ‘Family History and the Long View of the Great War’;
Erik Eklund for a commendation in the History Article Award for ‘The Dreaded Pneumonic Influenza Has Made Its Appearance Amongst Us’: Influenza Pandemic of 1918-19 in Gippsland’;
Sophie Couchman and collaborators for winning the Local History Project for the ‘Victorian CEDT Index.’