The CAP/CASS Innovation in Teaching Showcase is a collaborative event between both of our Colleges and is a forum for exploration of a variety of academic ideas, stimulating panel discussions and workshops, and a practical showcase of some of the innovative technologies used in both of our Colleg
The adaptation of Polynesian culture has been the principal motif in New Zealand archaeology and fundamental to this are the problems relating to the adaptation of the Polynesian horticultural system.
In this thesis I look closely at the relationship between the Tibetan mythological hero Geser and the Buryat Mongols of Southern Siberia over the past century.
The Colours of Anthropology photography exhibition is an exploration of sensory ethnography with a particular focus on colour. It showcases the photographs of ANU anthropologists taken during their research “in the field” in various places around the world.
Do you teach a language?
Are you trying to learn a language?
Are you interested in the latest research findings about language learning and teaching?
For the students of a Karen village school in northern Thailand, potential breaches of sexual morality are heavily monitored and policed by teaching staff.
This talk will present the work of a thesis dedicated to the study of late Holocene Earth Mound sites in two separate regions in northern Australia: Weipa (QLD) and the South Alligator River floodplains (NT).