NSW Premier’s History Awards
2012 NSW Premier’s History Awards
The Government has made the following announcement about the Premier’s Literary Awards and the Premier’s History Awards –
NSW Government strengthens Premier’s Literary and History Awards
NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell today announced a reinvigorated and strengthened NSW Premier’s Literary Awards and the NSW Premier’s History Awards will both be held at the State Library in November this year.
Published: 5 April 2012
Read the full media release here
The State Library will make an announcement on nominations and presentations when details are finalised.
The contact at the State Library of NSW is Lucy Milne, Director, Marketing & Business Development, email email@example.com
2011 Premier’s History Awards
The NSW Premier’s History Awards were established in 1997 to honour distinguished achievement in history by Australian citizens and permanent residents. They remain the only comprehensive set of history awards to be offered by an Australian state government. The primary focus for these awards is the promotion of excellence in the interpretation of history, through both the written word and non-print media. They assist in establishing values and standards in historical research and publication and encourage everyone to appreciate and learn from the work of our historians.
- The Australian History Prize
- The General History Prize
- The NSW Community and Regional History Prize
- The Young People’s History Prize
- The Multimedia History Prize.
2011 NSW Premier’s History Award winners announced
Allen & Unwin
2011 YOUNG PEOPLE’S HISTORY PRIZE
Recipe for Murder
Stray Dog Pictures Pty Ltd for Jumping Dog Productions Pty Ltd
2011 MULTIMEDIA HISTORY PRIZE
Cabrogal to Fairfield City: A History of a Multicultural Community
Fairfield City Council
2011 NSW COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL HISTORY PRIZE
Shane White, Stephen Garton, Stephen Robertson and Graham White
Playing the Numbers: Gambling in Harlem Between the Wars
Harvard University Press
2011GENERAL HISTORY PRIZE
Savage or Civilised? Manners in Colonial Australia
2011 AUSTRALIAN HISTORY PRIZE
Download the 2011 media release
Download the 2011 Presentation Dinner Program including shortlist and judge’s comments