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27
May
‘16

New Indigenous community approach to archaeology

New Indigenous community approach to archaeology LINK TO ARTICLE FRIDAY 27 MAY 2016 A small archaeology project in the ACT suburb of Griffith is helping flip the way The Australian National University (ANU) School of Archaeology and Anthropology...

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17
May
‘16

ANUreporter : Redefining the conversation

Human trafficking has long been a huge dilemma for governments worldwide. Link to item Redefining the conversation - Dr Sverre Molland Human trafficking has long been a huge dilemma for governments worldwide. But viewing it as a solution, rather...

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17
May
‘16

Microfinance impact mixed: ANU study

Microfinance impact mixed: ANU study LINK: to article Friday 6 May 2016 Research by Australian National University (ANU) anthropologist Dr Caroline Schuster has found microfinance loans are not as effective for fighting poverty as many had...

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27
Apr
‘16

Aboriginal outstations not the problem in northern Australia

http://cass.anu.edu.au/schools-centres-news/news/20160418/aboriginal-outstations-not-problem-northern-australia Aboriginal outstations not the problem in northern Australia MONDAY 18 APRIL 2016 The editors of a new book exploring the history of...

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27
Apr
‘16

Archaeology Dig on Caberra's Springbank Island uncovers Indigenous Arefacts.

Archaeology dig on Canberra's Springbank Island uncovers Indigenous artefacts http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/archaeology-dig-on-canberras-springbank-island-uncovers-indigenous-artefacts-20160420-goakm0 April 20 2016 Clare Colley A...

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27
Apr
‘16

SoAA PhD student presents at the 85th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists

SCIENCE NEW Magazine of the Society for Science and the Public. Pieces of Homo naledi story continue to puzzle Age, place on hominid family tree, how fossils ended up in hard-to-reach cave remain unknown https://www.sciencenews.org/article/pieces-...

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27
Apr
‘16

ABC 666 - INTERVIEW: What was found during the Springbank Island Archaeology Dig?

Twelve months ago, a landmark island in Lake Burley Griffin was the subject of an ANU archaeology project and hunt for relics of the past. The expedition to Springbank island turned up a range of items dating from early European settlement and...

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18
Apr
‘16

Ancient burial ground discovery adds to jar mystery

Ancient burial ground discovery adds to jar mystery http://www.anu.edu.au/news/all-news/ancient-burial-ground-discovery-adds-to-jar-mystery Archaeologists from The Australian National University (ANU) have unearthed an ancient burial ground at one...

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07
Dec
‘15

Dr Dougald O'Reilly awarded the 2015 Vice Chancellor’s Award for Public Policy and Outreach

Congratulations to Dr Dougald O'Reilly who has won the 2015 Vice Chancellor's Award for Public Policy and Outreach. Dr O'Reilly received the award for his work in bringing awareness to the seizure and importation of...

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10
Apr
‘15

Election to Membership of the Institute of Advanced Studies, Princeton

  Three Laulku Sisters clowning around at Francesca's New Guinea field site, Kailge, Western Highlands Professor Francesca Merlan has been elected a member of the Institute of Advanced Studies, Princeton, for the academic year 2015-2016....

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