AAH 47th Annual Symposium 2016
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Asia Australia: Transnational Connections - Australian Academy of the Humanities 47th Symposium

The Australian Academy of the Humanities' 47th Annual Symposium 'Asia Australia: Transnational Connections' will be held in Melbourne on 17-18 November 2016. The Symposium will bring together humanities experts, cultural leaders, industry representatives and policy makers to consider how transnational experiences, networks and modes of engagement will shape Australia’s future in the region. For further information see the Symposium 2016 area of our website.

Fellows elected to the British Academy

The Academy warmly congratulates two of its Fellows upon their election to Corresponding Fellowship of the British Academy. Professor Pauline Allen FAHA is Research Professor of Early Christian Studies and Director of the Centre for Early Christian Studies at the Australian Catholic University. Professor Peter Bellwood FAHA is Emeritus Professor of Archaeology at the Australian National University. The list of newly elected Fellows can be viewed online at the British Academy website.

2016 Crawford Medal Winners Announced

AAH 2016 Crawford Medal Winner PhotosThe Australian Academy of the Humanities is delighted to announce Dr David McInnis (University of Melbourne) and Dr Louise Richardson-Self (University of Tasmania) as joint recipients of the 2016 Max Crawford Medal. Read more >>

Recipients of Academy's 2016 Grants Announced

The Academy is delighted to announce the recipients of our 2016 grant schemes – warm congratulations to all. Full lists of recipients can be found on the Publication Subsidy Scheme and Humanities Travelling Fellowships pages. For further information visit our Grants and Awards page.

ERA 2015 reaffirms the quality of humanities research in Australia

The Australian Academy of the Humanities today welcomed the release of the ERA 2015 report, which demonstrates outstanding results for research in the humanities. Read more >>

Guide to humanities calls in Horizon 2020

Funding opportunities for the humanities under the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 work programme have been collated in a document prepared by NET4SOCIETY, the international network of National Contact Points for humanities and social sciences in Europe.


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