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Victorian Community History Award

Jean Galbraith – Writer in a Valley

Meredith Fletcher, Monash University

Publishing in association with State Library of Victoria, Clayton, 2014, Book  


Judges' Special Prize

Lost Relations. Fortunes of my family in Australia’s golden Age

Graeme Davison, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 2015, Book


History Publication Award

Block Buster! Fergus Hume and the Mystery of a Hansom Cab

Lucy Sussex, Text Publishing, Melbourne, 2015


Local History - Small Publication Award

Boroondara Remembers: Stories of World War One

Fiona Poulton and Katherine Sheedy, City of Boroondara, Camberwell, 2015


Local History Project Award

Strewth! An Insight into Local involvement in World War One

Gillian and John Francis (editors), Horsham Historical Society, 2 volumes, 2015


Collaborative Community History Award

Ned Kelly Under the Microscope: Solving the forensic mystery of Ned Kelly’s remains

Craig Cormick (editor), CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, 2014


Centenary of World War One Award

Suburb at War. The cities of Malvern and Prahran during the Great War

Helen Doyle, City of Stonnington, Malvern, 2015


Multimedia History Award

Postcards from Port: An Audiovisual Retrospective of Port Melbourne, DVD

Port Melbourne Historical and Preservation Society, DVD


Historical Interpretation Award

Melbourne Dreaming: A guide to Important Places of the Past and Present

Meyer Eidelson, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, 2nd Edition 2014


History Article (Peer Reviewed)

Anzac Memories Revisited: Trauma, Memory, and Oral History

Alistair Thomason, Oral History Review, Volume 42, Issue 1, Winter/Spring 2015, pp.1-29, Oxford University Press


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