The National Library’s Fellowship program brings researchers, writers and artists out of their institutions and into our collections. Fellows work closely with the collections to support research or creative projects, from dissertations and books to artworks and songs.
The Fellows bring a constant stream of new knowledge and perspective as they take an in-depth look at our collections. The Fellowship talks are a program of presentations that share that new knowledge with the public, exploring the Fellows experiences with the collection and how their research projects have progressed during their time at the Library.
- Dr Tonya Lemoh, Interiors: The musical world of Henry Handel Richardson
- Dr Anne McCarthy, The children shall carry it on
- Adjunct Professor Russell McGregor, Bird Lovers: A history of birdwatching passions
- Dr Jordie Albiston, Frank Hurley in Antarctica
- Kate Fullagar, Revising the life of Bennelong
- Dr Andre Brett, The history of Australian and New Zealand railways