Research Grants: National Archives of Australia

A key function of the National Archives is to promote archival research in Australia and encourage scholarly use of the National Archives collection. The National Archives offers a range of research grants for advanced research and professional development:

  • Margaret George Award for talented, emerging scholars – up to $10,000
  • Frederick Watson Fellowship for established scholars – up to $15,000
  • Ian Maclean Award for archivists and other professionals who are interested in archival issues – up to $15,000

Awards and Fellowships are designed to help scholars complete an innovative and quality research project that:

  • is significant for Australian audiences
  • makes substantial use of the National Archives collection
  • produces as its outcome: articles, a book, website, exhibition, film or event to promote the National Archives collection

Find out more information and how to apply for a National Archives grant see http://www.naa.gov.au/about-us/research-grants/index.aspx

Applications close 25 June 2009

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