The McCredie Musicological Award
Awarded by Australian Academy of the Humanities (AAH)
The McCredie Musicological Award is funded through a bequest to the Academy from Professor Andrew McCredie FAHA.
For further information on the McCredie Medal or to subscribe to the Grants Mailing List, please contact the Programme Manager at e-mail Linkor call the Academy on (02) 6125 9860.
The award is granted on the basis of work which leads to outstanding contribution in musicology. Recipients need to be Australia-based and their work must have been conducted in an Australian university. The scholar must be under forty years of age at the closing date of the call for nominations in the year when the award is made.
The award of the McCredie Medal is based on a nomination process. Please consult the Rules of the Award (available for download at external linkbefore submitting a nomination.
The Australian Academy of the Humanities (AAH) was established under Royal Charter in 1969 for the advancement of the scholarship, interest in and understanding of the humanities. Humanities disciplines include, but are not limited to, history, classics, English, European languages and cultures, Asian studies, philosophy, the arts, linguistics, prehistory and archaeology and cultural and communications studies.