Historians at ACU have been recognised with multiple grants as part of
the most recent Australian Academy of the Humanities awards round.
Historians at ACU have been recognised with multiple grants as part
of the most recent Australian Academy of the Humanities awards round.
Noah Riseman and Dr Catherine Bishop of the Historical Studies Research
Concentration at ACU have each been awarded an Australian Academy of
Humanities Publishing Award for their respective publications:
Noah Riseman and Richard Trembath,Defending Australia, Defending Indigenous Rights: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Military Service since 1945, University of Queensland Press, 2016.
Catherine Bishop, Minding Her Own Business: Colonial Businesswomen
in Sydney. NewSouth Publishing, 2015
Bishop has also received an Australian Academy of Humanities Travelling
Fellowship for her two current research projects,'World-Minded Women: The International Federation of Business and Professional Women',
which is linked with the University of Sydney ARC Laureate Program in
International History, and 'World Youth Forums: Internationalist Youth
Initiatives in the Cold War, 1947-55'.
In addition, Dr Fiona Davis
has also been granted the biennial David Philips Traveling Fellowship
for her project "Local History and Healing: Canada's Truth and
Reconciliation Commission and its Lessons for Australia."