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Jodie Trembath

Graduation Success - Jodie Trembath

With the upcoming student graduations, it is always exciting to hear of the journeys of PhD scholars who are on the cusp of graduation. We had a chat with Jodie Trembath about her research.

CHL languages receive top marks in Open Universities Australia student feedback

ANU College of Asia and the Pacific online language programs have received a huge endorsement from students, topping the recent Open Universities Australia (OUA) student feedback results.


Funding Success! School of Culture, History and Language.

Congratulations to the five CHL researchers who were awarded internal funding from this year’s Australian Centre on China i

Innovative Algorithm Funding

Congratulations to Dr Michael Schimmelpfennig on his Australian Centre on China in the World Grant!


Funny Money Gets Funded

Congratulations to Dr Tom Cliff on his Australian Centre on China in the World Grant!

Dr Tom Cliff – Funny Money and Political Authority in China

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Poster Competition: Digital Humanities In Chinese Studies Workshop

What? Participate in a workshop on digital analysis of Chinese texts, gain expert knowledge, and present your own Digital Humanities Project to experts in

Lelepa Women's Band

Max-Planck Institute for the Science of Human History guests speak at ANU

Guests from the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History (MPI-SHH) have come to ANU for two major events for the School of Culture, History and La

Associate Professor Katerina Teaiwa (ANU), Nathaniel “Nate” Rigler (VUW), Talei Luscia Mangioni (ANU), Emma Powell (VUW), Mitiana Arbon (ANU) and Bianca Hennessy (ANU) outside Anthony Hall on the UC Berkeley Campus.

Emerging Scholars Return from UC Berkeley’s “Histories of Migrant Knowledges in and across the Transpacific” Conference

From the 28th of May to the 3rd of June 2019, Associate Professor Katerina Teaiwa and PhD candidates Talei Luscia Mangioni, Bianca Hennessy and Mitiana Arbon participated in the Transregional Acade

Matt Carroll

Staff profile: Matthew Carroll

Linguists have the unique ability to understand the way language works, but Dr Matthew Carroll has taken this to a whole new level as a scholar of endangered languages in Indonesian Papua.

Tim McInerney

Humble Assessment Beginnings Leads to PhD Seminar Success

The School of Culture, History and Language (CHL) would like to wish a big congratulations to Tim McInerney, who recently finished his


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