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The Australian Academy of the Humanities acknowledges, with deep sadness, the death of Professor Elizabeth Jeffreys FAHA, a leading international authority on Byzantine and Neo-Hellenic studies.
The Australian Academy of the Humanities acknowledges, with deep sadness, the death of Emeritus Professor Stephen Gaukroger FRHistS FRSA FRSN FAHA.
Dr Sarah Kirby is the recipient of the Australian Academy of the Humanities’ prestigious 2023 McCredie Musicological Award, recognising outstanding contribution to Musicology by an Australian scholar.
The Australian Academy of the Humanities acknowledges, with deep sadness, the death of Emeritus Professor Elizabeth Webby AM FAHA, one of Australia’s leading authorities on Australian Literary Studies.
Photojournalist-turned-academic Dr TJ Thomson has been named the 2023 Max Crawford Medal winner for his exemplary career in which he helps to build media literacy and addresses misinformation and disinformation.
Dr Heather Jackson FSA FAHA (University of Melbourne), Professor Emerita Elizabeth Minchin FAHA (Australian National University), and Associate Professor Roger Scott FAHA (University of Melbourne) reflect on and celebrate the life of Emeritus Professor Graeme Clarke AO FAHA, one of Australia’s most prominent classical scholars. Download a PDF version.
Congratulations to three of our Fellows for being recognised for their contribution to literature, language and education in the 2023 King’s Birthday Honours list: