D.S. Mitchell Memorial Fellowship and Merewether Scholarship

The Fellowship and the Scholarship exist to encourage and support the use of the Mitchell Library's collections for the study and research of Australian history in writing and publication amongst scholars, researches and the wider community, including internationally.
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A fellowship for the research and writing of Australian history using the collections  of the Mitchell Library ( State Library of NSW) http://www.sl.nsw.gov.au/about/awards/mitchell.html

A fellowship for the research and writing of Australian history using the collections of the Mitchell Library ( State Library of NSW) http://www.sl.nsw.gov.au/about/awards/mitchell.html

Dr Amanda Kaladelfos, David Scott Mitchell Memorial Fellow 2010, describes her project, Citizens of Mercy: Bushrangers, Punishment and Public Opinion in colonial NSW, which examines popular conceptions of crime, punishment and justice during the later colonial period.

Dr Amanda Kaladelfos, David Scott Mitchell Memorial Fellow 2010, describes her project, Citizens of Mercy: Bushrangers, Punishment and Public Opinion in colonial NSW, which examines popular conceptions of crime, punishment and justice during the later colonial period.

Dr Jodi Frawley, Merewether Scholar 2009, describes her project 'Science, pastoralism and environmental change in nineteenth century NSW'.  The project examines the mobilisation of fodder and forage species during the nineteenth century in support of the pastoral industry.

Dr Jodi Frawley, Merewether Scholar 2009, describes her project 'Science, pastoralism and environmental change in nineteenth century NSW'. The project examines the mobilisation of fodder and forage species during the nineteenth century in support of the pastoral industry.

Mr Jesse O'Neill, Merewether Scholar 2010, presents his project Print culture in New South Wales: 1795 - 1835, an early history. This project will explore the development of a print culture and printing industry in NSW prior to 1835. Mr O'Neill is interested in physical nature of printed artefacts: typefaces, papers, bindings etc, and how they communicate meaning.

Mr Jesse O'Neill, Merewether Scholar 2010, presents his project Print culture in New South Wales: 1795 - 1835, an early history. This project will explore the development of a print culture and printing industry in NSW prior to 1835. Mr O'Neill is interested in physical nature of printed artefacts: typefaces, papers, bindings etc, and how they communicate meaning.

Michael Davis talks about the study of European representations of Aboriginal cultural heritage (including art), based on a reading of the papers of Sydney anthropologist and curator Fred McCarthy, 1940s to 1960s. Michael Davis was the 2009 David Scott Mitchell Memorial Fellow.

Michael Davis talks about the study of European representations of Aboriginal cultural heritage (including art), based on a reading of the papers of Sydney anthropologist and curator Fred McCarthy, 1940s to 1960s. Michael Davis was the 2009 David Scott Mitchell Memorial Fellow.

Dr Craig Munro explores the life of editor, publisher and literary journalist A.G.Stephens (1865-1933) who, between 1890 and 1930, was associated with every major writer in Australia. Dr Munro was the 2009 David Scott Mitchell Memorial Fellow.

Dr Craig Munro explores the life of editor, publisher and literary journalist A.Stephens who, between 1890 and was associated with every major writer in Australia. Dr Munro was the 2009 David Scott Mitchell Memorial Fellow.


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