Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Research (ICCR) program

The Program

The Research School of the Humanities and the Arts (RSHA) offers HDR students a unique interdisciplinary programme in which to pursue thesis research and coursework as well as professional development. Through its supportive environment and programmes the RSHA encourages new modes of research while it also supports traditional scholarly methods of inquiry. This programme, based on clear requirements and transparent principles is designed to maximise the quality and impact of research and to produce the best student outcomes.

Further information

For further information see the ICCR HDR page at the Research School of Humanities and the Arts.

Contacts

Dr Kate Bowan
HDR Convenor
School of Achaeology and Anthropology, RSHA, CASS

E: kate.bowan@anu.edu.au

Dr Lan Tran
HDR Program and  Student Coordinator
School of Archaeology and Anthropology, RSHA, CASS

T: ( 02 ) 6125 4812
F: ( 02 ) 6125 1285
E: lan.tran@anu.edu.au

 

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