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Centre for Digital Humanities Research


The ANU Centre for Digital Humanities Research links researchers and graduate students across the university working with digital technology in a range of disciplines, including anthropology, visual arts, museums and collections, social and environmental history, literary studies and linguistics. The centre supports researchers and students in exploring and exploiting the opportunities offered by digital research in the Humanities, and aims to...
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Centre for Heritage & Museum Studies


Welcome to the Centre for Heritage & Museum Studies The Centre aims to promote and develop critical heritage and museum studies as an interdisciplinary area of academic analysis, and explore its intersections with memory studies and public history, as well as anthropology, archaeology and tourism studies. We want to stimulate new ways of thinking about and understanding the cultural and political phenomenon of ‘heritage...
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Centre for Native Title Anthropology


The Centre for Native Title Anthropology (CNTA) aims to enhance the practice of native title anthropology in Australia through a series of innovative programs and workshops. A unique collaboration between the ANU and the Australian Government, CNTA's activities target a number of areas relevant to the progression of native title claims. CNTA’s programs provide:  training and development for anthropologists to smooth the...
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