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Will he stay or will he go?

If 'interim prime minister' Frank Bainimarama loses Fiji's first democratic election in eight years, will he pack up his bags and leave? CHL Professor Brij Lal comments.

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Will he stay or will he go?

Popular Culture in East Asia (ASIA2074/6074)

First semester 2015, Dr Roald Maliangkaij will convene Popular Culture in East Asia. This course will introduce a number of major theoretical paradigms in cultural studies as applied to aspects of popular culture in East Asia.

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Popular Culture in East Asia (ASIA2074/6074)

The Khmer Lands of Vietnam: Environment, Cosmology and Sovereignty

In his recent book, Philip Taylor reveals the sophisticated ecological repertoire deployed by the Khmer Krom to deal with a complex river delta, and charts their diverse adaptations to a changing environment.

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The Khmer Lands of Vietnam: Environment, Cosmology and Sovereignty

Ritual Textuality: Pattern and Motion in Performance

Author Matt Tomlinson argues that participants condition their own expectations of ritual success by interactively creating distinct textual patterns of sequence, conjunction, contrast, and substitution.

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Ritual Textuality: Pattern and Motion in Performance

Welcome to the School of
Culture, History & Language

Unique in the world, the School brings together over 100 academics dedicated to investigating and learning with and about the people, languages, and land of Asia and the Pacific region. Their work, conducted in collaboration with partners throughout the world and the region, contributes uniquely Australian perspectives and insights.

Upcoming events

24

Sep

Psychological agency

- Elise Klein

9:30 am

24

Sep

College of Asia & the Pacific Grantfest

- Professor Sharon Friel from RegNet

11:00 am

24

Sep

CAP Overseas Study Information Session

4:00 pm

More events...

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