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Peter Jackson
Professor
Gender, Media and Cultural Studies

Peter A. Jackson has written extensively on modern Thai cultural history with special interests in religion, sexuality, and critical theoretical approaches to mainland Southeast Asian cultural...

Helen James
Adjunct Associate Professor
Anthropology

elen James is a specialist in Mainland Southeast Asia, especially Thailand and Myanmar (Burma). She took her PhD (1972) and M.A. (1970) from the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, and B...

Nun Sol Jang
PhD Candidate
Gender, Media and Cultural Studies

Nun Sol is a PhD Candidate at the School

Fengyuan Ji
Academic
East Asian Studies

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Poonnatree Jiaviriyaboonya
PhD Candidate
Anthropology

Poonnatree is a Thai anthropologist who interests in religion and ritual practices in Thailand and Cambodia. She finished B.A. in Sociology and Anthropology, Faculty of Political Science,...

Brendan Jinks
PhD Candidate
Pacific and Asian History

Brendan is a PhD Candidate at the School

Margaret Jolly Margaret Jolly
Professor
Gender, Media and Cultural Studies

Margaret Jolly is an ARC Laureate Fellow and Professor in Anthropology, Gender, Media and Cultural Studies and Pacific Studies in the School of Culture, History and Language in the College of Asia...

Mark Jones
PhD Candidate
Pacific and Asian History

Mark is a focused on the legal history of the Indian Himalaya region of Kumaon.

Tristen Jones
PhD Candidate
Archaeology and Natural History

Tristen is a PhD Candidate at the School

Siva Kalyan
Research Associate
Linguistics

Areas of expertise

  • Language In Time And Space (Incl. Historical Linguistics, Dialectology)
  • Linguistic Structures (Incl. Grammar, Phonology, Lexicon, Semantics)
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Eri Kashima
PhD Candidate
Linguistics

Eri is a PhD Candidate at the School of Culture, History, and Language, at the College of Asia and the Pacific. She is part of Prof. Nicholas Evans's ARC Laureate Project, "The Wellsprings of...

Muhammad Kavesh
PhD Scholar
Anthropology

Muhammad Kavesh is a PhD Candidate at the department of anthropology, School of Culture, History, and Language, Australian National University, Canberra. In his PhD project titled "Passion and...

Shimona Kealy
PhD Candidate
Archaeology and Natural History

Shimona is a PhD Candidate at the School

Ben Keaney
PhD Candidate
Archaeology and Natural History

Ben is a PhD Candidate at the School

Ladawan Khaikham
PhD Candidate
South and Southeast Asian Studies

Ladawan is a PhD Candidate at the School

Rina Kikuchi
PhD Student
East Asian Studies

(Re)assessment of Sagawa Chika (1911-1936) as a doubly marginalised poet

Dr Mary Kilcline Cody Mary Kilcline Cody
Lecturer
Pacific and Asian History

Mary is an historian in the School of Culture, History and Language in the College of Asia and the Pacific.

Her doctoral dissertation The Trial of Mrs Proudlock: Law, Government and...

Hyun Su Kim
PhD Student
Linguistics

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Hyung-A Kim
Associate Professor
Pacific and Asian History

I grew up in South Korea and completed my postgraduate degrees of Dip Ed at Melbourne University, and MA and PhD at the Australian National University. My PhD dissertation - which received an "...

Myjolynne Kim
PhD Candidate
Pacific and Asian History

Myjolynne "Mymy" Kim is a PhD Candidate in Pacific History at the School of Culture, History and Language. Mymy is from Chuuk in the Federated States of Micronesia and her topic, "From Silent to...

Andrew Kipnis
Professor
Anthropology

My research involves social, cultural and political change in contemporary China. I am currently working on several projects, including a comparative study of urbanization, kinship and the...

Garath Knapman
Visiting Fellows
Pacific and Asian History

Dr Gareth Knapman's current research focuses on the intersections between sovereignty and private property in the British colonial world. He is working towards developing a narrative of settlement...

Lina Koleilat
PhD Candidate
Anthropology, Pacific and Asian History

Lina Koleilat is a Lebanese-Australian PhD scholar at the School of Culture, History and Language, the College of Asia and The Pacific at The Australian National University. After two years of...

Bryce Kositz
PhD Student
East Asian Studies

Thesis title:

The 1911 Revolution in Communist Chinese Historiography

Publications:

Book Review, Politics and Traditional Culture; The...

Professor Brij Lal Brij Lal
Emeritus Professor
Pacific and Asian History

Professor Lal has retired from the ANU and is now an Emeritus Professor

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