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Introducing the ANU Myanmar Research Centre 2022 Dialogue Series

15 February 2022

In 2022 the ANU Myanmar Research Centre is pleased to present a new series of dialogues. Please register and join us either in-person or online to hear from the following scholars on these interesting topics. 

Friday 25 Feb
Creative Engagement with Myanmar: Using our Knowledge Outside Academia
Rose Metro, University of Missouri-Columbia, USA
Online only.
Register here

Friday 11 March
Contested Terrains: Lineages, logics and effects of land reforms during Myanmar's interrupted political transition (2011-21)
Dorothy Mason, ANU
Register here

Friday 25 March
The role of identity and anti-coup armed resistance in Burma
Aung Kaung Myat, University of Hong Kong
Register here

Friday 22 April
Political Authority in Areas of Armed Resistance
Kim Joliffe, Independent researcher
Register here

Friday 13 May
Unpacking youth struggles, resistance, and cohesion in post-coup Myanmar
Francesca Chiu, University of East Anglia and University of Copenhagen
Register here

Friday 20 May
India's Approach to the Myanmar Crisis
Dipannita Maria Bagh, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, India
Register here

RECORDINGS of the Dialogues may be available at a later date, pending speaker approval.

REGISTER - The dialogues in the series will be held in hybrid mode, ie in-person on the ANU campus, and virtually on zoom. Please select the relevant ticket, in-person or online, according to your preferred attendance mode.

  • IN-PERSON: PSC Reading Room, Level 4, Hedley Bull Building #130, Cnr Garran Rd and Liversidge Street, ANU, Acton, 2600 ACT
  • ONLINE: Zoom. Once you register in Eventbrite on the links above, you will receive access to the online event page in Eventbrite where you will find the join link for the Zoom meeting.

We look forward to seeing you there.


For more information on the MRC 2022 Dialogue Series please see the MRC website or contact the Convenors


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