The Australian National University proudly offers the widest range of Asian and Pacific languages of any Australian university, taught by our expert staff in the School of Culture, History and
Ruiting Dong is fascinated by East Asian languages and cultures.
Forty-eight thousand year-old crayons and shell beads were among a treasure trove of items unearthed by archaeologists at a cave in Kenya.
Billy Ó Foghlú is an archaeologist who is interested in everything from ancient Irish musical instruments to Indigenous Australian earth mounds.
Oliver Lilford is fascinated by Pacific environments and societies.
Melissa Duffy’s lifelong passion for Northeast Asia has led her to ANU not once, but twice.
Shimona Kealy is an intrepid researcher fascinated by the deep past.
The School of Culture History and Language is celebrating the launch of a new major with a party showcasing the research of staff and students alike, to highlight the advantages of Asian and Pacifi
An environmental scientist by training, Larissa pursued her PhD in environmental chemistry researching the environmental effects of metals released into the environment by coal-fired power stations
This week marks the end of the ARC Laureate Project ‘Informal Life Politics’ led by Professor Tessa Morris-Suzuki.