Rose Whitau studied with Professor Sue O’Connor as part of the ARC Linkage project ‘Lifeways of the First Australians’.
On 4-5 September the Colleges of Asia and the Pacific and Arts and Social Sciences will come together to celebrate the ground-breaking work being done their educators the Innovation in Teaching Sho
A study on dramatic changes to Earth’s vegetation as it emerged from the last ice age and temperatures rose has offered clues on the kinds of transformations that will occur to landscapes with simi
Benjamin Lee is a Bachelor of Asian Studies student and the recipient of the
New archaeological research from The Australian National University (ANU) has found that Homo erectus, an extinct species of primitive humans, went extinct in part because they were 'lazy'.
Ronit Ricci is an Associate Professor in the Department of Asian Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and in the School of Culture, History and Language.
Dr Ceri Shipton is an archaeologist and a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Centre of Excellence for Biodiversity and Heritage (CABAH).
The Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, affectionately known as PAMBU, is a not-for-profit organisation auspiced by the School of Culture, History and Lan
Radiocarbon dating of the oldest known dingo bones has confirmed that the species likely arrived in Australia more recently than previously believed.
During her PhD Joanna Barrkman travelled far and wide, and allowed her to temporarily repatriate a collection in Switzerland to Timor-Leste.