May 2019

02
May
2019

CHL HDR CHilL Day

Other

Come and meet your fellow HDR student within the School of Culture, History and Language, from all disciplines!

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03
May
2019

Nemasien: Mbwotegot Cosmology in Transition

Paul Mitchell

This thesis explores the ways in which Oceanic Theology has influenced the Mbwotegot of south central Malekula in their recent adoption of Christianity, to contextualise the cultural knowledge that underpins socio-political regeneration and projection.

Kapu Komborr

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09
May
2019

Beyond Wallace's Line: Continuing the Legacy of Archaeology in the College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU

Wal Ambrose, Atholl Anderson, Annie Clarke, Glenn Summerhayes,Tracy Martens, Elle Grono, Rachel Wood

Beyond Wallace's Line: Continuing the Legacy of Archaeology in the College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU.

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15
May
2019

From coups to crises: where next for Thailand?

Thitinan Pongsudhirak, Sarah Bishop, Ben Bland

Information

After a coup, a new constitution and a controversial election, Thailand’s political future remains as uncertain as ever.

Shutdown Bangkok Restart Thailand - Image by Johan Fantenberg on Flickr

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16
May
2019

Investigating environment and subsistence in New Guinea: faunal analysis of northern lowland coastal sites, PNG

Karene Chambers

This presentation outlines future research on the faunal assemblages from four sites from the Vanimo coast region of Papua New Guinea.

faunal assemblages from PNG

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16
May
2019

Special Screening Session - Paldang

Kauh Eun-Jin

There is a special screening of 'Paldang' and talk with Director Kauh Eun-Jin, for the students who take Advanced Korean: Film and Society (KORE 3015). However, the remaining places are available for those who are interested.

screen shot from Paldang film

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17
May
2019

Verbal Suppletion in Yelmek

Tina Gregor

When starting to work on a previously under-described language, one never knows what might come up. The hope of course always is, to find something fascinating that is at odds with the current literature.

Tina engaging in research

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21
May
2019

Festival: "Young women: Take the lead!"

varied

Ignite your journey with the festival "Young women: Take the lead!"

women in shadow

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31
May
2019

Genetics and Geography: Using genomic data to infer fine-scale population structure and population history

Associate Professor Stephen Leslie

Associate Professor Leslie from Melbourne Integrative Genomics University of Melbourne, will present some of the findings from the People of the British Isles project, which was published in Nature in March 2015 (and featured on the cover), and some more recent work following on from this study.

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