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Vietnam Update
December 1 & 2

This conference will examine how connections matter in politics, development, the economy and social affairs, and shape regional, ethnic, religious, gendered and sub-cultural identities.

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Vietnam Update<br/>December 1 & 2

ANU #Happy music video

Take a break and watch the new ANU Gender, Media and Cultural Studies #Happy music video.

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ANU #Happy music video

Against the tide of forgetting

Weds 26 Nov, 12:30 to 14:30 Buddhist priest Yoshihiko Tonohira will be speaking about the work of reconciliation in Japan and its region. At a time when conflicts over history in Northeast Asia are intensifying, this work is more significant than ever.

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Against the tide of forgetting

Mongolian 1A
(MNGL1002/ MNGL6002)

First semester 2015, this intensive Mongolian language course is designed for beginners of the language. The course will provide the foundation to develop practical listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Open to the public.

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Mongolian 1A <br/>(MNGL1002/ MNGL6002)

Popular Culture in East Asia (ASIA2074/ASIA6074)

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/ASIA6074)

Asian & Pacific language courses

The School of Culture, History and Languages offers a wide array of world-class Asian & Pacific language courses both on campus and on-line. Find the perfect course for your future here.

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Asian & Pacific language courses

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

26

Nov

Affect and Embodiment

11:00 am

26

Nov

Assibilation in Trans-New Guinea languages of the Bird’s Head region

- Fanny Cottet

11:00 am

26

Nov

Against the tide of forgetting

- Yoshihiko Tonohira

12:30 pm

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