Book review by Dr Carol Hayes
Associate Professor Katerina Teaiwa’s research on phosphate mining on the island of Banaba is the basis of her new solo exhibition at Carriageworks in Syd
An ANU photo exhibition offers insights into fieldwork conducted by ANU anthropologists all over the world.
But for around 18% of Australians, Spring brings another kind of fever… hay fever.
The culprit? Pollen.
In the last half of last century, ANU came from nowhere to become one of the world’s great centres for the study of Southeast Asia.
By Student Correspondent, Dot Mason
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific has been gifted six rare Southeast Asian maps by Dr Clive Kessler, emeritus professor of sociology and anthropology at the University of NSW.
Former CHL staff member, professor Robert Cribb has been awarded Australia’s most important award for history publications.
An anthropologist at the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific may have stumbled across a clue to resolving one of the most enduring mysteries of Pacific history - the fate of famous French navigat
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific Associate Dean - Students, and Bachelor of Asian Studies Convenor, Dr Carol Hayes was announced as one of the University’s inaugural Distinguished Educators.