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03 October 2017

Meet CAP student correspondent Dot Mason

Dorothy Mason, or Dot to her friends, is one of those rare Canberra locals at The Australian National University. Although Canberra is the most recent place she has called home, she was born in the United Kingdom, spent her early years in France, and has also lived in Manila and Hanoi.

03 October 2017

Capturing the unfamiliar: The Art of Anthropology exhibition opens at ANU

Photo by Alicia Wilson and Simon Theobald

Text by CAP student correspondent Dot Mason

Students and academics gathered at the...

03 October 2017

Korea Update 2017: More engagement, less hype urged to ease tensions

By CAP student correspondent Dot Mason

Scholars from The Australian National University’s College of Asia & the Pacific have called...

03 October 2017

ANU and Japan’s Ritsumeikan University to offer dual degree

The Australian National University (ANU) will build on its global expertise in the study of the Asia Pacific by offering a new undergraduate dual degree program with Japan's Ritsumeikan University (RU).

28 September 2017

Southeast Asian Resources Project: A great ANU heritage

By Emeritus Professor Tony Reid

In the last half of last century, ANU came from nowhere to become one of...

28 September 2017

Meet CAP student correspondent Diana Tung

Diana’s interest in anthropology has taken her all over the world, from Baltimore to Indonesia – and now to Canberra....

19 September 2017

ANU student has Voyage of a Lifetime on Young Endeavour

Byline: Natalie Staples,Young Endeavour Youth Scheme

The romance of learning to sail on square rigged tall ship lured former Darwin...


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