The legacy of archaeology research over an impressive 50 years at The Australian National University (ANU) has underpinned a vast array of developments in modern society.
On May 3rd, a workshop titled ‘Bringing Paleoscience and Historical Knowledge into Fire Management’, was held in Menzies Library at Australian National University (ANU), to highlight the r
Centre Chief Investigator Bethwyn Evans has had the daunting, yet exciting task of leading the committee which has put together the program for one of the longest running and most respected of ling
Students of the ANU School of Culture History and Language enrolled in the Master of Asian and Pacific Studies (MAPS) have won the esteemed Commonwealth Support
Archaeology and Natural History staff recently hosted and contributed to a week-long partnership building workshop with a focus on shared research and teaching with Australian indigenous communitie
CHL Staff and HDR Scholars to Participate in the Transregional Academy, University of California at Berkeley
Three PhD candidates in Pacific Studies, Talei Luscia Mangioni, Bianca Hennessy and Mitiana Arbon have been accepted into the prestigious Transregional Academies of the Forum Transregionale Studien
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The Mercury Australia (MA) network has been launched at ANU with the goal of assisting Australia to ratify the United Nations Minamata Convention on Mercury.
Dive into diverse projects of perfection that shape lives in Asia and the Pacific.
Catia Rizio “fell into learning Burmese” after participating in study tours to Thailand and Myanmar offered by The Australian National University (ANU) College of Asia and the Pacific.