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What's in a Name, Woman?!

On 4 May 2021, The Canberra Times ran an article What’s in a name?

CHL Student Buzz: Meet Manuel González Pérez…

Student, Third Year PhD, Descriptive Linguistics, with a major in Mandarin

The Advanced Japanese Language Network Project

There’s always a silver lining to a cloud. Clichés unintended, but the cloud we’re talking about—again—is COVID.

Student engagement 2.0: Reconnecting once more…

It’s challenging to picture a ‘normal’ classroom and on-campus experience for students anymore. COVID-19 has left an indelible mark on what was once taken for granted as regular campus life.

Mosques and Imams: Everyday Islam in Eastern Indonesia

Mosques and Imams: Everyday Islam in Eastern Indonesia, edited by CHL Emeritus Professor Kathryn Robinson, was recently published by National University of Singapore (NUS) Press.

CHL Student Buzz: Meet Emma Milton

Student, Bachelor of Languages, Bachelor of Asian Studies and a major in Korean language and Linguistics, with minors in Mongolian and German Language and culture

Meet Jennifer Robinson: ANU alumna and WikiLeaks lawyer

Growing up in Australia’s breezy South Coast, Jennifer had humble beginnings in Bomaderry, a town in the Shoalhaven council district area of New South Wales.

CHL Student Buzz: Meet Kavita Peterson…

Student, Undergraduate Certificate of Languages

Feeling good at home (during COVID-19) - Bislama

Harem gud lo haus (lo taem blo COVID-19)

Feeling good at home (during COVID-19) - Mongolian

COVID19-ийн үеэр гэртээ өөдрөг байх нь


Updated:  7 July 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, Culture, History & Language/Page Contact:  CHL webmaster