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Alumni profile: Dr Shimona Kealy

Having completed her PhD at the School of Culture, History & Language (CHL) in 2019, Dr Shimona

CHL Tales: Korlomomo and Berrerdberrerd

Maggie Tukumba tells the story of Korlomomo and Berrerdberrerd in Dalabon, introduced by Nick Evans.

Traditional clothes market in Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea. Photo: Bundo Kim/Unsplash.

Hyung-a Kim on the forces driving inequality in South Korea

Dr Hyung-a Kim, Associate Professor of Korean politics and history at the School of Culture, History & Language, reached out to let us know about her new book, Korean Skilled Workers: Towar

India’s corona casualties

While many countries are fighting the coronavirus pandemic on health and economic fronts, the unfolding crisis in India has the complicating factors of extreme inequality and Islamophobia.

Giving back to Vanuatu

When unprecedented bushfires raged in Australia early this year, the government of Vanuatu was swift to send aid.

Myanmar studies without Burmese? On how and why languages still matters for area studies

Communication, Connection, Community: language and area studies in 2020 and beyond

On 13 March 2020, CHL hosted the workshop Myanmar studies without Burmese? On how and why language still matters for area studies.

Staying Connected: Engagement Amid Isolation

Social distancing. Self-isolation. Alienation. A remote environment with little or no contact? Not necessarily...

What’s the future for Hindi in Fiji?

CHL Hindi Associate Professor Peter Friedlander recounts his experience at the recent Pacific Regional Hindi Conference in Fiji.


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