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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.

Comte de La Perouse

New clue may reveal the fate of famous French explorer

An anthropologist at the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific may have stumbled across a clue to resolving one of the most enduring mysteries of Pacific history - the fate of famous French navigat

Carol Hayes

Dr Carol Hayes honoured as Distinguished Educator at the ANU

ANU College of Asia and the Pacific Associate Dean - Students, and Bachelor of Asian Studies Convenor, Dr Carol Hayes was announced as one of the University’s inaugural Distinguished Educators.

Michael Wesley with Brij Lal. Image: Stuart Hay

New book celebrates the life and work of Brij Lal

Professor Michael Wesley, Dean of ANU College of Asia & the Pacific, has launched a book Bearing Witness: Essays in honour of Brij V. Lal.

Honours Student wins emerging writers mentorship

Honours student in Pacific Studies Mitiana Arbon will travel to Samoa this September as the winner of the 4A Emerging Writers Program for 2017.

Big in Korea

Ruth Barraclough didn’t expect it, but the translation of her 2012 book Factory Girl Literature has become a history bestseller in Korea.

Tristen Jones and Njanjma Ranger Hilton Garnarrdj undertaking portable Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy on rock art Red Lily.

The new Dr Jones

Move over Indiana, ANU has a real life archaeologist Dr Jones graduating with her PhD. And yes, she is a bit of a superhero.

Students with Li Narangoa and Jack Fenner at the 'Peace Gate', a work by over 200 artists from all over Mongol lands to symbolize the unification of Mongols)

Postcard from Mongolia

Dear All, We have been in Mongolia for the last three days and enjoying the warm air, blue sky and the talks and discussions with local academics and business people.

Professor Li Narangoa awarded State Medal of Friendship by Mongolian President

At the recent 2017 Mongolia Update held at ANU, Professor Li Narangoa was awarded the Mongolian State Medal of Friendship, the second highest medal issued by the Mongolian President.


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