Asian water Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis), believed to have originated from Timor, were released from failed military settlements in the Northern Territory in the early to mid 1800s.
This research will seek to theorize the idea of female heroism in Aceh, Indonesia, through a historical heroine figure, Cut Nyak Din and to evaluate the changing important of this idea from 19th century to the present.
Are we missing something? Linking the Past with the Present: Exploring and Communicating Archaeology in Weipa, Far North Queensland
My work developed under an ARC Linkage project with Rio Tinto Alcan on bauxite mining leases in the country of the Wathayn people.
Are you interested in learning another language? Seeking an edge in the “Asian Century”? ANU College of Asia & the Pacific will host a series of Asian Language Taster Classes at the Baldessin Precinct Building from 20 September through to 8 November.
Ten years ago, the paramilitary wing of the New Zealand Police conducted simultaneous ‘anti-terror’ raids throughout Aotearoa New Zealand, targeting Māori sovereignty activists.
Exploring Late Quaternary Human-Environment Interaction in Bunuba and Gooniyandi country (Western Australia), a Synthesis of Archaeobotanical remains
In north Western Australia, records of palaeoenvironmental change are scarce or under explored, particularly terrestrial archives that allow for comparison with the archaeological record and examination of humanenvironment interaction in the past.
Based on ethnographic fieldwork conducted between 2013 and 2015, this thesis is a historically grounded ethnography of a politically active Catholic community in South Korea. The political activism of this religious community is inseparable from its theology and Catholic faith.