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CHL student of the week: Evie Sharman

Evie Sharman is Pacific-minded.

Eugene Chew

Eugene Chew: winner of the Anthony Reid Prize in Southeast Asian Studies

Eugene Chew, a Master of Asia Pacific Studies student (2017) has won the Anthony

College of Asia and the Pacific Student Ambassadors: Hanna Selesele

Hanna Selesele is passionate about the Pacific.

CHL student of the week: Allyson Butler

Allyson Butler believes that studying archaeology is a journey that opens new doors.

Forming cross-cultural links through cultural landscapes

In February a group of students from ANU and the University of Tokyo studied in Japan and Australia as part of a four-week summer course called Cultural Landscapes and Environmental Change, offered

CHL student of the week: Benny Tong

Benny Tong is a PhD student in the School of Culture, History and Language. On 2 March he will give his pre-submission seminar, which all are welcome to attend.

Unearthing the survival politics of South Korean organic farming

Yonjae Paik has unearthed the remarkable history of how organic farming became a social movement in South Korea.

Student story: Mish Khan in Myanmar on the New Colombo Plan

Meet Mish Khan, the first student in Australia to complete a Burmese minor, only available at the Australian National University. She's a 2017 New Colombo Plan Fellow in Yangon, Myanmar.

Uchralt with some lamb bone char used for filtering the ground water

Solving ground water contamination with community science in Inner Mongolia

Dr Uchralt led a unique community science project bringing together water scientists and herders in Inner Mongolia as citizen scientists and discover a cheap, low-tech solution to the problem of gr

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.


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