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06
Jan
‘14

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

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18
Dec
‘13

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...

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27
Sep
‘13

New books from the School of Archaeology and Anthropology

Cusco: Urbanism and Archaeology in the Inka World Ian Farrington 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...

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25
Sep
‘13

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...

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06
Sep
‘13

Interview with Professor Matthew Spriggs in The Vanuatu Independent

Professor Matthew Spriggs featured in The Vanuatu Independent, Saturday 17 August 2013. Please click the link below to open the PDF version. Interview with Professor Matthew Spriggs  

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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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