OPPORTUNITY TO: • Participate in a workshop on digital analysis of Chinese texts • Gain expert knowledge • Present your own Digital Humanities Project to experts in the field
Guests from the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History speak at the 24th International Conference on Historical Linguistics and Deep Histories in Oceania: unit, process, scale and calibration workshop series.
Emerging Scholars Return from UC Berkeley’s “Histories of Migrant Knowledges in and across the Transpacific” Conference
From 28 May to 3 June 2019, Associate Professor Katerina Teaiwa and PhD candidates Talei Luscia Mangioni, Bianca Hennessy and Mitiana Arbon participated in the Transregional Academy at UC Berkeley themed "Histories of Migrant Knowledges in and across the Transpacific: Agencies, Scales, Translations".
Linguists have the unique ability to understand the way language works, but Dr Matthew Carroll has taken this to a whole new level as a scholar of endangered languages in Indonesian Papua.
The School of Culture, History and Language (CHL) would like to wish a big congratulations to Tim McInerney, who recently finished his seminar on ‘The Genetics of Genghis Khan and The Mongol Empire’. His research was inspired in CHL courses that he took in his Bachelor of Asia-Pacific Studies degree.
How do you pronounce your Aussie ‘er’ endings? Short, as in rememb-er, or longer as in rememb-a::h?
The Australian National University’s Dr Yuko Kinoshita was presented with a Teaching Excellence Award for the 2019 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Education. This honour recognises her deep contribution to enhancing the quality of learning and teaching in higher education at ANU.
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 3 May, a workshop titled ‘Bringing Paleoscience and Historical Knowledge into Fire Management’, was held in Menzies Library at Australian National University (ANU), to highlight the recent activities and analyse practices of Indigenous communities in this interesting area of historical and archaeological science.
Centre Chief Investigator Bethwyn Evans is leading the program for the 24th biennial International Conference on Historical Linguistics.