Milt Luger Fellowship


Projects which investigated and documented aspects of Australian life, history and culture.

About the Fellowship

The Milt Luger Fellowships were awarded for projects which would investigate and document aspects of Australian history, life and culture through research based largely on the collections and records held within the State Library of New South Wales. Preference was given to research projects which had not received any prior support and which would highlight the role of innovation and leadership in Australian life.

This Fellowship is currently not being offered by the State Library of New South Wales. 

Past fellows


Ms Nicole Sarkis, for her project: Sydney Animal Protectionists, 1880-1914.


Ms Agnieszka Sobocinska, for her project: History of Australian Travel to Asia, 1939-2006.


Ms Bryoni Trezise, for her project: Stories My Mother Told Me that She Never Knew: The cultural experience of migrant memory in Sydney, 1956.


Mr Nathan Wise, for his project: A Working Man's Hell: Working-class mentalities of work and leisure in New South Wales during the 1900s and 1910s and in the Australian Imperial Forces during World War I.

Last updated:  08 March 2024

Fellowship Information

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Phone: 02 9273 1765