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.
As a first-year student, Mish Khan was at a crossroads choosing a language to complement her Bachelor of Asian Studies.
Amanda Thompson is studying the Master of Asian and Pacific Studies (MAPS) at The Australian National University (ANU) College of Asia and the Pacific.
Owen Edwards was awarded the Stephen Wurm Graduate Prize 2018 for his outstanding field research in linguistics and his thesis on metathesis in Amarasi, a language of western Timor. We recently spoke to him about his research and interest in linguistics.
Salmah Eva-Lina Lawrence has been awarded Doctor of Philosophy in Gender, Media and Cultural Studies from the ANU.
When Catherine Yen was considering her options for university, The Australian National University (ANU) seemed out of reach both geographically and financially.
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.