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Dr Hannah Sarvasy

Research focus: Hannah Sarvasy

Hannah is one of three successful Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards in CHL this year.

A Refreshed Korean Language Program and a New Major in Korean Studies

From 2018 students will be able to take a refreshed major in Korean language and a new major in Korean Studies.

Dr Tom Cliff

Researcher focus: Dr Tom Cliff

Tom Cliff has won the E Gene Smith Prize for his recent book 'Oil and Water: Being Han in Xinjiang'.

Geoff Piggot

Following a passion for India: Master of Asia Pacific Studies

A love of Mumbai and the way it was represented in English non-fiction literature led English teacher Greg Piggot to the Master of Asia Pacific Studies.

ANU PhD students bring Australian anthropology to the world

A new anthropology blog and podcast run by four ANU PhD students is making a wide impact.

CHL PhD Scholar Shimona Kealy with Tasmanian Devil bones. Image by Stuart Hay

Unravelling the relationship between climate change and evolution

A new study led by ANU has found a strong link between a rapidly cooling climate about 14 million years ago and the decline of Australia's marsupial tigers, triggering the rise of the Tasmanian Dev

Chengyu Wang

Chengyu Wang: inspired by CHL educators

Chengyu Wang describes her experience at ANU as an adventure.

The Association of Linguistic Typology conference at the Coombs building

ANU hosts international linguistics conference

This week over 300 people from 32 different countries will descend upon ANU for the 12th biennial meeting of the Association for Linguistic Typology.

Skeletal remains and fish hooks

Distinguished Professor Sue O'Connor finds world's oldest funereal fish hooks

An archaeologist from The Australian National University (ANU) has uncovered the world’s oldest known fish-hooks placed in a burial ritual, found on Indonesia’s Alor Island, northwest of East Timor

Hari Simon

Scholarship recipients continue Professor Darrell Tryon's legacy

The Professor Darrell Tryon Research Scholarship was established in 2013 to commemorate an eminent scholar of ANU who dedicated his career to the languages and people of the Pacific, especially in

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