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ANU Asian language courses to be available online

Australians will be able to study six important Asian languages that are rarely taught nationally through ANU from 2018, thanks to a new agreement with Open Universities Australia (OUA).

Amanda Fielden at the launch

New book of Japanese poetry in translation

Book review by Dr Carol Hayes

"Native Dance of Ocean Island' circa 1900, from the archives of the British Phosphate Commission, courtesy of the National Archive of Australia

From researcher to artist: Project Banaba Exhibition at Carriageworks

Associate Professor Katerina Teaiwa’s research on phosphate mining on the island of Banaba is the basis of her new solo exhibition at Carriageworks in Syd

Native Dance Ocean Island circa 1900. Photo from the archives of the British Phosphate Commissioners. Courtesy of the National Archives of Australia

Researcher to launch Project Banaba Exhibition at Carriageworks

Associate Professor Katerina Teaiwa’s research on phosphate mining on the island of Banaba is the basis of an exhibition at Carriageworks in Sydney openin

Wrestling match spectators, Khartoum. Photo by Paul Hayes

CHL Anthropology Students feature in Art of Anthropology exhibition

An ANU photo exhibition offers insights into fieldwork conducted by ANU anthropologists all over the world.

Simon Haberle

Spring fever has arrived

But for around 18% of Australians, Spring brings another kind of fever… hay fever.

The culprit? Pollen.

David Marr

Southeast Asian Resources Project: A great ANU heritage

In the last half of last century, ANU came from nowhere to become one of the world’s great centres for the study of Southeast Asia.

Professor Simon Haberle with Dr Kressler

ANU gifted rare map collection by Dr Clive Kessler

ANU College of Asia & the Pacific has been gifted six rare Southeast Asian maps by Dr Clive Kessler, emeritus professor of sociology and anthropology at the University of NSW.

Professor Cribb with other prize winners

Bell School historian receives top history prize

Former CHL staff member, professor Robert Cribb has been awarded Australia’s most important award for history publications.

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