Prizes

ADSA Awards for Outstanding Scholarship

ADSA recognises outstanding scholarship in different areas of theatre, drama and performance studies through the following awards:
  • Marlis Thiersch Prize - for research excellence in an English-language article or book chapter published anywhere in the world in the broad field of theatre and performance studies.
  • Philip Parsons Prize - for a senior student (honours or postgraduate) undertaking a performance as research project.
  • Rob Jordan Prize -  for the best book on a theatre, drama or performance studies related subject published in the previous two years.
  • Veronica Kelly Prize - for the Best Postgraduate Paper presented at an ADSA conference.
  • Geoffrey Milne Bursary - to assist three eligible postgradutes to attend each ADSA conference.
  • ADSA Publication Subsidy Scheme - to assist with the cost of publishing important scholarship on drama, theatre and performance practices in Australia, New Zealand or the Pacific.
  • Joanne Tompkins Prize - for Excellence in Book and Journal Editing.
  • Peta Tait Prize - for Excellence in Creative Projects and Scholarship Achievement over time.
  • Victor Emeljanow Bursary – to assist an Early Career Researcher to attend and present at the ADSA conference.
  • Flinders University Ausstage  Prize - to recognise research excellence that utilises Ausstage in articles, books, and non-traditional digital outputs.
Membership of ADSA is required to be eligible for these awards.

Please email ADSA prize convenor Chris Hay chris.hay@uq.edu.au if you have any questions regarding eligibility for or adminstration of ADSA's prizes.
 
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