AUHE Prize for Literary Scholarship

The AUHE Prize for Literary Scholarship, is awarded to the best book of literary scholarship published by an Australian-based author in the previous twelve months. Works eligible for the prize include single-author or co-written monographs, multi-authored books including edited collections, reference works, born-digital works equivalent to printed books, bibliographic works of substance and other forms of equivalent scholarly production.

Voss Literary Prize

The Voss Literary Prize is an award dedicated to the memory of Vivian Robert de Vaux Voss (1930-1963), an historian and lover of literature from Emu Park in Central Queensland who studied History and Latin at the University of Sydney and modern languages at the University of Rome. His will stipulated that a literary award be established to reward the best novel from the previous year. The executors of the estate appointed AUHE to oversee and judge the award.