Ernst and Rosemarie Keller Award
Applications for the 2017 Ernst & Rosemarie Keller Award closed on Wednesday 29 March 2017.
The Ernst & Rosemarie Keller Award supports the research activities of scholars residing in Australia whose research is concerned with German history, literature, language, politics or culture, or German contributions to the history, literature, languages, politics or culture of either Australia or the Asia-Pacific region.
A maximum of $5000 will be granted for convening workshops, travelling fellowships and/or masterclasses.
Ernst Keller FAHA was a scholar of German and Comparative Literature. In 2007, Ernst’s wife Rosemarie Keller gave the Academy a generous bequest to commemorate his distinguished academic career. Formerly offered as part of our Humanities Travelling Fellowships, an updated Ernst & Rosemarie Keller Award was established in 2014.
Applicants must be citizens or permanent residents of Australia, whose principal place of residence is in Australia. Applicants must also be working in the Humanities, defined as those discipline areas for which the Academy is responsible: Archaeology; Asian Studies; Classical Studies; English; European Languages and Cultures; History; Linguistics; Philosophy and the History of Ideas; Religion; Cultural and Communication Studies; and The Arts.
Please see the Rules of the Award
and Frequently Asked Questions
for further details regarding eligibility.
Applications are assessed by the Academy’s Awards Committee. The proposed projects will be assessed on the rigour of their content, their likely impact within a specialist academic community and the wider community, their significance to existing research in the fields identified in the objectives of the programme, and how efficiently they will make use of the available funding.
In accordance with the goals of the Academy as set out in its Royal Charter, support will be given to projects that advance knowledge in the Humanities.
Notification of outcome
Applicants will be notified 6–8 weeks after the closing date of the scheme.