August 2016

11
Aug
2016

Intimate Connections: Everyday Experiences of Inter-Asia Ties

Multiple Speakers

Keynote speakers

Professor Koichi Iwabuchi, Monash University

Associate Professor Thang Leng Leng, National University of Singapore

Dr Chika Watanabe, University of Manchester

Dr Dredge Byung'chu Kang, University of California San Diego

Everyday Experiences of Inter-Asia Ties

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12
Aug
2016

Compounding in Sajolang (Miji)

Chris Weedall

This MTR talk will present an overview of my thesis progress with several highlights. Then I will go into an analysis of the interface of compounding, prosody, and semantics, which explains a pattern of stress patterns that arise due to compounding.

Chris Weedall

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18
Aug
2016

The Public Life of History

Prof. Dipesh Chakrabarty in conversation with Dr Meera Ashar and Dr Frank Bongiorno

Dipesh Chakrabarty in conversation with Meera Ashar and Frank Bongiorno, reflecting on the public life of history in Asia and Australia and how historians participate in debates about the past.

Dipesh Chakrabarty

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24
Aug
2016

Natural resources and crony capitalism in India

Paranjoy Guha Thakurta: Editor, Economic and Political Weekly

There has been considerable controversy in India over the manner in which natural resources like telecommunications spectrum, coal, iron ore, natural gas and land have been allocated and priced.

Trucks

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25
Aug
2016

World-making and the environment in the Asia-Pacific region

Various Speakers

World-Making and the Environment in the Asia-Pacific Region

A Workshop at the College of Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University

25 and 26 August 2016

Venue: Coombs Extension, Rm 1.04, Bldg # 8, ANU.

World-making workshop

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30
Aug
2016

The Opening of the Coconut Curtain: Pacific influence on the World Council of Churches 1961 to 2000

Dr Christine Weir

This paper investigates the influence of Pacific Church leaders within the wider forum of the World Council of Churches (WCC) and their promotion of Pacific concerns – contextual theology, the nuclear free Pacific and other ecological concerns, and decolonisation.

Christine Weir

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30
Aug
2016

Myanmar Day

Multiple Speakers

Language Diversity at ANU and the ANU Myanmar Students' Association are proud to bring you Myanmar Day - a day for people interested in Myanmar and its culture to come together and celebrate!

Myanmar Day

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