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The School of Culture, History & Language at the College of Asia & the Pacific presents Tracing Lifeworlds: CHL Graduate Symposium 2021.
A unique graduate event in CHL’s history, we will showcase the strength and diversity of research conducted by our HDR students through traditional, experimental and creative modes of presentation.
Engaging with intellectual debates from across Anthropology, Archaeology and Natural History, Gender, Media and Cultural Studies, Linguistics and Pacific and Asian History, the School weaves interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches necessary to understanding the lifeworlds within Asia and the Pacific.
Such work, conducted in collaboration with partners throughout the world and the region, contributes unique perspectives and insights.
Come and join us for many HDR student presentations and a keynote by CHL academic Dr Eva Nisa!
Keynote by Dr Eva Nisa
Presentations and Posters:
Aileen Marwung Walsh
Ayesha Masood Chaudhry
Bruma Rios Mendoza
Elvin Xing Yifu
Mamta Sachan Kuman
Talei Luscia Mangioni
Yia Jia Poh
Note: This is now an online event. You will be notified of the Zoom details once you register to attend.