The Victorian Community History Awards 2001 will be delivered as a partnership between the Royal Historical Society of Victoria and the Public Record Office Victoria.
Dr Andrew Lemon, President of the RHSV, said "We are delighted to join with the Public Record Office Victoria in delivering these prestigious awards as both organizations share a commitment to an understanding of the past based on real knowledge and properly safeguarded evidence of our history. Community history is important because this is where the love of history, the understanding of the power of history, begins".
The Victorian Community History Awards recognize excellence in historical method. The various categories acknowledge that history can be told in many and varied formats with the aim of reaching and enriching all Victorians.
Entrants' work must be completed between 1 July 2010 and 30 June 2011. An official entry form must accompany each entry. The Entry form can be downloaded here.
The categories and prizes are listed on our webpage, link above.
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