This public lecture examines the resourcefulness of the elderly poor and working class in Hong Kong's commercial neighborhoods.
In this public lecture, Lydia Wevers explores the ways in which communal identity is formed around a writer's works. Particular reference is made to evidence of reding Dickens across New Zealand in the nineteenth century.
This public lecture explores the industrial revolution in book production that was experienced worldwide in the nineteenth century. Professor James Raven will highlight the impact of this revolution on the reading public.
In this seminar Larry Liu will provide an overview of his recent paper, Global Public Goods and Coalition Formation under Matching Mechanisms. Larry investigates coalition formation under matching mechanisms with multiple players who have the
In this public lecture, Rick Weiss examines how print offered a new avenue for religious leaders and their followers to make claims for textual authority or even canonicity.
For the first official event of 2014, the Crawford School Student’s Association (CSSA) will be hosting a movie night to screen the 2012 Nepalese drama Highway.
The Micronesian and Australian Friends Association (MAFA) is hosting an interdisciplinary symposium on 28 – 29 April 2014 at the ANU.
Come along to see Grazia with everyday Wattle questions, or to discuss other technological innovations in teaching. (i. e. iPad, Smartboard)
In this presentation, Professor Edward Aspinall illustrates the variety of ‘money politics’ found in Indonesia today, as well as the challenges such strategies pose for political candidates and voters alike.
In light of the unprecedented emergence in 2009 of census categories allowing the identification of 'métis', this seminar outlines how the 'métis' have been problematised and represented in New Caledonia since the beginning of the colonial era.
This paper is concerned with the accommodation of Tolai people, indigenous to the Gazelle Peninsula in the hinterland of Rabaul, to the market economy.
In this seminar, Professor Walt will explain why China’s rise will lead to increased security competition in Asia and explore the implications of this trend for United States alliance relations in this region.
At this special Indonesia Study Group panel, experts from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, will discuss the results of the 2014 parliamentary elections in Indonesia, and what they mean for the upcoming presidential polls.
Aboriginal people have lived in the southeast uplands of Australia for thousands of years, leaving numerous reminders of a long-continuing culture.
One of the most harrowing (and brilliant) war films ever made. Nobi follows a company of Japanese soldiers virtually abandoned without supplies on the island of Leyte during the final stages of WWII.
The study examines the emergence of private health care practices in North Korea. It is based on in-depth interviews with North Korean resettlers in South Korea.