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22
Aug
‘13

School Visitor Dr. Christiane Keller to present ethnographic film at Down Under Berlin Film Festival

Dr Christiane Keller is currently a visiting scholar at the School of Archaeology and Anthropology at ANU and works as Project Manager at Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS). She has worked...

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12
Aug
‘13

Ngaliya Warlpiri rights to ‘heartland’ recognised

Research Researchers from the School of Archaeology and Anthropology have been instrumental in the Ngaliya Warlpiri people from the Northern Territory having their traditional native title rights over Mount Doreen station... » read more  

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31
Jul
‘13

The Rhodes Project: Profile with Catherine Frieman

http://rhodesproject.com/catherine-frieman-profiles The Rhodes Project Profile with Catherine Frieman Catherine Frieman (Connecticut & Merton 2005) is a Lecturer in European Archaeology at the Australian National University. She previously...

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26
Jul
‘13

Mammalogist awarded lifetime honour

http://cass.anu.edu.au/story/mammalogist-awarded-lifetime-honour   Mammalogist awarded lifetime honour 26 July 2013 Professor Colin Groves from the School of Archaeology and Anthropology has been awarded a Lifetime Honorary Membership to the...

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18
Jul
‘13

New Publication : BIOARCHAEOLOGY OF EAST ASIA : Movement, Contact, Health.

Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Migration and Health in Ancient East Asia. "Bioarchaeological research provides a unique and valuable platform from which to address key attributes of lifeways and living conditions, especially in those areas...

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16
Jul
‘13

UNESCO World Heritage Status Planned for The Plain of Jars

Press Release For Immediate Release: Sunday 30 June, 2013 UNESCO World Heritage Status Planned for The Plain of Jars The meeting of the 37th World Heritage Committee held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, last week highlighted the need to forward the...

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16
Jul
‘13

New exhibition at the National Museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh

Press Release For Immediate Release: Sunday 9 July, 2013 A new exhibition has opened at the National Museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh. The exhibit entitled “Origins of Empire.  Cambodia’s Prehistoric Past: Archaeological...

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11
Jun
‘13

Michael Pearson, SOAA Alumni - Awarded AO

Michael Pearson, AO By collaborating with an international network of heritage professionals, Michael Pearson has put back on the map long-forgotten places of significance in Australia and abroad.In one case, Dr Pearson, who is chairman of the...

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21
May
‘13

Prime Minister's Australia Asia Postgraduate Award

The prestigious Prime Minister's Australia Asia Postgraduate Award has been received by Ms Vida Kusmartono a Future PhD student of the School of Archaeology and Anthropology. The Prime Ministers Australia Postgraduate Award provides funding...

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01
May
‘13

SCIENCE ALERT - ARTICLE - New Clues to South East Asia's past.

Link to the Article in Science Alert News New clues to Southeast Asia's past Australian National University   Wednesday, 01 May 2013 An archaeological dig led by Dr Marc Oxenham from The Australian National University’s...

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