Anthropology

CHL anthropology is a world leader in the social anthropology of Asia and the Pacific. We have a distinguished program of research, publication and postgraduate training. On-going research interests of academic staff and graduate scholars are focused on mainland and island Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Southwest Pacific and immigrant Australia.

Anthropology research projects

Research projects

The on-going research interests of academic staff and graduate scholars are focused on mainland and island Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Southwest Pacific and immigrant Australia.

People

Our staff are frequently sought out by government agencies, the media and private sector, for their knowledge and expertise.

Publications

View a selection of publications from our Academics and PhD students adding to our distinguished body of work.

News and events

See information relating to events, seminars and news from the Anthropology department.

Facilities & resources

View information relating to facilities and resources available to students whilst studying within the CHL Anthropology department.

Conference

Guerrilla Markets
Guerrilla Markets: Exchange Systems as Survival Politics in Northeast Asia

This conference takes a fresh and unorthodox look at the growth and the nature of market exchanges in East Asia.

Monday, May 16, 2016 to Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Conference

Material Encounters
Material Encounters

The focus of this conference is the materiality of knowledge produced during personal encounters with people and places.

Thursday, December 18, 2014 to Tuesday, February 3, 2015

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