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A.A. Phillips Award
or ASAL : A.A. Phillips Award; or (Association for the Study of Australian Literature) A.A. Phillips Award
Subcategory of ASAL Awards
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History

'The National Executive of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature awards the A.A. Phillips Award as occasion merits in recognition of outstanding contributions to Australian literary scholarship. Any member of the Association may make nominations to the executive at any time.' (Source: http://asaliterature.com/?page_id=12 )

Winners

2011 Delys Bird For her 'long period of excellence in the editing of Westerly'.
2011 Dennis Haskell For his 'long period of excellence in the editing of Westerly'.
2007 winner Selina Samuels for her editorship of the four Australian volumes of The Dictionary of Literary Biography (Thompson Gale, 2001-2006).
2003 Elizabeth Webby For services to the teaching and reseach of Australian Literature.
1999 Anna Rutherford For services to Australian literature, particularly through Kunapipi and Dangeroo Press.
1998 winner C. B. Christesen for services to Australian literature particularly through Meanjin.
1996 Katharine Brisbane For work as both writer and publisher in Australian theatre and drama, particularly through Currency Press
1995 winner Judith Wright for her long career as poet, critic and activist
1992 Laurie Hergenhan For work as an editor and critic and particularly for his services as editor of Australian Literary Studies.
1986 W. H. Wilde Jointly awarded to Barry Andrews, Joy Hooton and W. H. Wilde for their work on the Oxford Companion to Australian Literature.
1986 Joy W. Hooton Jointly awarded to Barry Andrews, Joy Hooton and W. H. Wilde for their work on the Oxford Companion to Australian Literature.
1986 Barry Geoffrey Andrews Jointly awarded to Barry Andrews, Joy Hooton and W. H. Wilde for their work on the Oxford Companion to Australian Literature.
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