First semester, 2015: This course surveys the great drama of imperial China's attempts to bring under control and preserve the unity of its vast and varied territories.
First semester 2015, this course will explore the claims and negotiations that are fundamental to some of the critical debates in Indian history and politics over the past two centuries.
First semester 2015, Dr Roald Maliangkaij will convene Popular Culture in East Asia.
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It’s been the birthplace of massive empires, a playground for great powers, and a frontline in the Cold War.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi cleaned up in the country’s elections this year, winning government by an absolute landslide to form the first majority government since 1984.
This upcoming conference will focus on the materiality of knowledge produced during personal encounters with people in Oceania.
After a year living in Indonesia, this country is no longer a distant neighbour perched above Australia.
A tale of revenge, a stolen sword, and boys who play girls who play boys. It’s Za Kabuki time.
It could be a gospel concert.
A massive crowd of do-gooders who neither smoke nor drink, let alone do drugs, watching on as their favourite band performs.