Lyn Dong from the School of Culture, History and Language at the College of Asia & the Pacific will join her peers at the December 2018 graduation ceremony to be awarded a Bachelor of Asian Studies with first-class honours.
Chintana Sandilands from the School of Culture, History & Language has been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by the CAP Dean, Professor Michael Wesley for her many outstanding contributions and excellence in teaching Thai language and culture.
The 2018 CAP Awards for Excellence in Education recognises three academic staff from the School of Culture, History and Language (CHL) for their outstanding contributions in teaching excellence.
India in the Age of Asian Empires surveys the history of South Asia from the earliest periods of history to 1757 in the context of empire.
CHL Archaeology and Natural History announces a new course offering for Semester 1 2016: ASIA8046 - Maps and Mapping for the Social Sciences and Humanities.
Wayan Arka has won a Major Documentation Project (MDP) grant from the ELDP, 2016-2017.
The Australian National University is calling for applications for a “Stephen and Helen Wurm Scholarship in Pacific Linguistics” for an outstanding student to do a PhD in Linguistics based at the Department of Linguistics, CHL (School of Culture, History and Language), College of Asia & the Pacific.
Mark Donohue expanded his work with Bumthang speakers in Canberra by travelling to Bhutan and, with the assistance provided by the Firebird Foundation, setting up a project under the auspices of the Bhutan Oral Literature Project (BOLP).
The Southern New Guinea project team from Nick Evans’ Laureate project Wellsprings of Linguistc Diversity has just returned from the field.
A group of linguists (Fanny Cottet, Adele Gregory, Yuko Kinoshita, Phil Rose and Shunichi Ishihara) participated in the 15th Australasian International Speech Science and Technology Conference, held in Christchurch, New Zealand.