Previous fellows: La Trobe Society Fellowship


For her Honorary La Trobe Society Fellowship, Caroline Clemente researched Thomas Woolner: a Pre-Raphaelite artist in Melbourne, bringing together Woolner's works of art, of which State Library Victoria has the largest holding, and placing them in their social, artistic and historical context.


Historical geographer Dr Wayne Caldow used a six-month funded La Trobe Society Fellowship in 2008 to research a book manuscript: Perceptions of place: the European experience of Gippsland 1839–1844.


Frances Thiele, a scholar, researched Edward Stone Parker and the Aboriginal people of the Mount Macedon district as a case study of Superintendent La Trobe's management of the Port Phillip Aboriginal Protectorate.