Students of the ANU School of Culture History and Language enrolled in the Master of Asian and Pacific Studies (MAPS) have won the esteemed Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) scholarship award. The successful students are Vanessa Rouse, Tatum Street and Kaolaine Fainu.
Archaeology and Natural History staff recently hosted and contributed to a week-long partnership building workshop with a focus on shared research and teaching with Australian Indigenous communities.
CHL Staff and HDR Scholars to Participate in the Transregional Academy, University of California at Berkeley
Three PhD candidates in Pacific Studies, Talei Luscia Mangioni, Bianca Hennessy and Mitiana Arbon have been accepted into the prestigious Transregional Academies of the Forum Transregionale Studien and the Max Weber Foundation at the University of California at Berkeley this May 2019. They will be accompanied by member of the Academy steering committee Associate Professor Katerina, who will also be conducting a session on “Decolonising the form: creative approaches to knowledge production in the Trans-Pacific.”
Tasmania’s bushfires may have resulted in the release of significant amounts of mercury from burnt trees into the atmosphere. Our research shows that industrial mercury pollution from decades past has been locked up in west Tasmanian trees.
Via ANU Newsroom
The Mercury Australia (MA) network has been launched at ANU with the goal of assisting Australia to ratify the United Nations Minamata Convention on Mercury.
Dive into diverse projects of perfection that shape lives in Asia and the Pacific.
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.