The 2011 winner of the Nancy Keesing Fellowship was Dr Roger Scott Osborne for his project: ‘Material and textual study of Joseph Furphy’s Such is Life. Towards an electronic edition of an Australian classic’. Follow Roger's Fellowship on his Furphy Project Blog.
Emma Goldman, anarchist and activist -- "If I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution." Her life, from 1869-1940, spanned great movements of two centuries. She was an early advocate of free speech, birth control, women’s equality, and union organization. Deported from the USin 1919, she participated in great social and political movements of her age, including the Russian Revolution and the Spanish Civil War.
The 2014 NSW Writer’s Fellowship (Established and Mid-Career) ($30,000) will enable a NSW Writer to undertake a self-directed program of professional development. The fellowship winner will also have the opportunity to participate in one of two residencies on offer from the State Library of NSW and the City of Sydney.
The Australian Religious History Fellowship The specific focus of the Australian History Religious Fellowship is for the study and research of any aspect of Australian religious history of any faith. The successful Fellow will be based at the State Library of NSW, and is expected to be based there, although it is understood that it may be necessary to also work within other institutions and archives, and use resources outside the Library. Applications close 21 October 2013.
Louisa May Alcott, nurse during the Civil War and well known author, wrote "Little Women"
Dr Roger Scott Osborne, Nancy Keesing Fellow 2011 Roger Scott Osborne presents his project: 'Material and textual study of Joseph Furphy's Such is Life. Towards an electronic edition of an Australian classic. 15 February 2012
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Dr Lily Xiao Hong Lee has been a leading figure in global studies of women in China for many decades. Her research has informed that of the contributors to this festschrift but also of many other students and scholars around the world. There would be no researcher of any note in the area of women in China who has not made repeated use of her work.