Early people were rapidly adapting to climate change as they made their way towards Australia tens of thousands of years ago, new research shows.
Dr Janit Feangfu reads ๑๔ (Untitled: #14), a poem by Phu Kradat, in Thai.
Activist and writer Kate Walton has worked across a range of international aid and development projects in Indonesia since graduating more than a decade ago.
Stone tools from a remote cave reveal how island-hopping humans made a living in the jungle millennia ago
Prehistoric axes and beads found in caves on a remote Indonesian island suggest this was a crucial staging post for seafaring people who lived in this region as the last ice age was coming to an en
CHL Alumni Dr Evi Eliyanah is the 2019 recipient of the Ann Bates Postgraduate Prize for Indonesian Studies.
Coronavirus has heightened awareness that “we can’t afford to be as anthropocentric about infectious diseases”, says ANU researcher Dr Natasha Fijn.
The ancient medical tradition of bloodletting in Mongolia is explored in a dynamic digital publication examining the significance of fluids and flows in the history of medicine.
McComas Taylor reads The Monkey and the Crocodile, a story from the Panchatantra, in Sanskrit.
Recent PhD graduate Dr Katerina Naitoro is the 2020 recipient of the Stephen Wurm Prize for Pacific Linguistics.
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