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Lauren Reed is off to Kentucky to deliver a poster about her research

New research on Indigenous sign language in Papua New Guinea

Lauren Reed grew up with two deaf siblings.

l-r Professor Sue O'Connor, Professor Brad Pillans, Professor Simon Haberle, Dr Janelle Stevensen, Dr Larissa Schnieder, Dr Rachel Wood

Centre of Excellence for Biodiversity and Heritage launched at Parliament House

Laureate Professor Sue O’Connor, Professor Simon Haberle are Chief Investigators of a new ARC Centre of Excellence. Research Fellow Janelle Stevensen is an Associate Investigator.

Bridget and ANU classmate Tom Deighton in Lujiazui, Shanghai’s financial district.

Chinese language students win scholarships to Shanghai

Bridget Devery writes about her recent experience at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics Summer Chinese Business Program.

Catherine playing the pipa in the Adelaide finals. Image supplied.

Chinese language student to compete in international final

The Hanyuqiao (Chinese Bridge) is an international competition and Catherine was chosen to represent the ANU at one of two Australian national finals.  


A Cultural Deep Fry

How do fast food giants like McDonalds and Starbucks become popular in Asia?

(L-R) Steven Warwick, Amanda Thompson, Ingrid O'Sullivan

Master of Asian and Pacific Studies students receive Commonwealth Supported Places

School of Culture, History and Language students have won a prestigious Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) for the Master of Asian and Pacific Studies (MAPS).

Sita Dewi

From Jakarta Post to Postgrad

Sita Dewi, Indonesian journalist with the Jakarta Post, never imagined she’d by studying the Master of Asia Pacific Studies at ANU.

Linguists from ANU have used data from a popular online game to find out why people confuse one language with another. Image: Ken Banks, Flickr.

Online game leads researchers to international language discovery

Linguists from The Australian National University (ANU) have used data from a popular online game to find out why people confuse one language with another.

Image courtesy of IRCP

Professor Darrell Tryon Research Scholarship

Applications are now open for the Professor Darrell Tryon Research Scholarship.

Aboriginal Languages of Australia

Aboriginal Languages of Australia Map Celebrates 50th Birthday

A ground-breaking map on Aboriginal languages, produced in 1966 is celebrating its 50th anniversary.


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