HRC-Mellon IGHERT Nomination - Emily Soper PhD Candidate selected to participate in 3 year research training pilot project
HRC-Mellon IGHERT Nomination
Emily Soper, PhD candidate in Anthropology undertaking the project, ‘Discursive children and the politics of recognition in Australia’s red centre’, has been selected to participate in a three year...
Publisher of High Quality Journals - Elseviers Editors Showcase Paper of Recent SAA PhD gradaute
Elsevier showcasing their archaeology interests chose one of our recent PhD graduates works, which was selected by the editors as one of three papers (among all of the papers they have published over recent years) to exemplify the quality (and...
SAA staff receive awards in teaching, supervision and learning
Dr. Simone Dennis and Dr. Alison Behie
Congratulations to the following SAA staff for their outstanding contribution to Teaching, Learning and Supervision within ANU recognised by the 2014 Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in...
Benjamin Hegarty wins a PM's Endeavour Award to support his PhD research
Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Scholarship awarded to School of Archaeology and Anthropology PhD candidate
Benjamin has been awarded a Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Scholarship to support 12 months of ethnographic fieldwork in...
Dr Alison Behie’s latest research paper - BIOTROPICA - The Editor's choice
Dr Alison Behie's research is the Editor's choice of Biotropica.
Volume 46, Issue 1, pages 25–31, January 2014
Editor’s Choice January 2014: Hurricanes & Risk...
Dr Damien Huffer - SOAA PhD student secures post doctoral postion with Smithsonian MCI
Damien Huffer (a recent PhD graduate of SOAA) has just secured a post-doctoral position at the prestigious Smithsonian MCI, National Museum of Natural History, Physical Anthropology Department, USA.
Congratulations from SOAA to Damien
SOAA STAFF RECEIVE CASS AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING
Winners of the 2013 College Awards for Excellence in Education
Tuesday, 17 December, 2013 - 11:51
The College congratulates everyone who was nominated for an award for excellence in education. The standard of submissions was exceptionally high in...
New books from the School of Archaeology and Anthropology
Cusco: Urbanism and Archaeology in the Inka World
The Inka Capital of Cusco is the oldest existing city in the Americas. Known as the "navel of the world" during the Inka Empire, it was a fascinating and complex urban...
Anthropologist Professor Anthony Forge’s legacy lives on
Professor Anthony Forge had a profound impact on the development of anthropology at ANU.
Professor Forge, who worked at ANU from 1974 until his death in 1991, was known for establishing strong links with museums and cultural institutions, in...