Harold White Fellows from 1986 to 1990. The Harold White Fellowship program was suspended in 2014, with a new Fellowship and Scholarship program launched from 2016.


Dr Dennis James Haskell, Lecturer in English, University of Western Australia
A Critical Study of the Poetry of Kenneth Slessor

Mr Roger Milliss, Writer
Jane Franklin's Journey, 1839

Dr Anna Shnukal, Lecturer in Linguistics, University of Queensland
Pacific Islander Immigrants to Torres Strait: a Social History and Selected Bibliography

Professor Julian Thomas, Postgraduate Scholar, Department of History, Australian National University
Frank Hurley: Colonial Photographer


Dr Gwenda Davey, Folklorist
The Folklore Collections of the National Library of Australia

Dr David McLean, Lecturer in History, Riverina-Murray Institute of Higher Education
The Origins of the ANZUS Alliance

Professor Wilfrid Prest, Reader at Department of History, University of Adelaide
A Social History of Eighteenth Century English Barristers


Mr Gerald Eades Bentley, Jr., Professor of English, University of Toronto, Canada
Book Illustration in England, 1660-1830

Dr Heather Radi, Honorary Associate, History, University of Sydney
S.M. Bruce: a Biography

Professor William Richardson, Visiting Scholar, Flinders University
A Detailed Study of Place-name Corruption on Maps and Charts


Professor Ann McCulloch, School of Communication and Creative Arts , Deakin University (was Victoria College, Melbourne)
Life and Work of A.D. Hope

Mr Frank Moorhouse, Writer
The League [a novel about the League of Nations]

Dr Ruth Morse, Lethersellers' Fellow in English, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, UK
The Australian School: Poetry since the War


Dr Carney T. Fisher, Director of Studies (Arts), Ormond College, University of Melbourne
Historical Case Study of Political Action, Language, Argumentation and Symbolism in the Traditional Chinese State

Dr Ross McMullin, Freelance historian
Pompey Elliott: A Biography

Professor Henry Reynolds, Associate Professor of History, James Cook University
Aboriginal Land Rights