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30
Jun
2017

Revolution resonates in modern Russia 100 years on

The events of the 1917 Russian Revolution continue to reverberate throughout Russia and Eurasia, even if scholars, politicians and ordinary...
16
Jun
2017

ANU academic’s translation of Arabic Frankenstein novel wins major "literary award in the category of Foreign Literature" in France

An ANU academic’s translation of an Arabic Frankenstein novel has won France’s highest award for literary science fiction, the Grand Prix...
Image shows a composite of Tom Griffiths standing in front of plants and front cover of his book The Art of Time Travel
15
Jun
2017

ANU scholar wins major prize for book on historians and their craft

An historian at The Australian National University whose latest book has earned one of Australian history’s most coveted prizes, says he’s...
15
Jun
2017

Study sheds light on Neanderthal-Homo sapiens transition

Archaeologists at The Australian National University (ANU) and the University of Sydney have provided a window into one of the most...
14
Jun
2017

Queensland Government to reinstate Drug Courts after evaluation led by ANU experts

The Queensland Government has acted on recommendations by researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) and allocated more than $...
Composite image shows Philip Pettit and Ann McGrath
13
Jun
2017

CASS scholars honoured for contributions to Australian philosophy and history

CASS scholars honoured for contributions to Australian philosophy and history Distinguished CASS scholars Professor Ann McGrath and...
Professor Ann McGrath (left) and Associate Professor Katherine Bode
05
Jun
2017

ARC Laureate and Future Fellowships for two CASS women

Two academics in the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences, Professor Ann McGrath, and Associate Professor Katherine Bode, have received...
05
Jun
2017

ANU archaeologists to unearth lost 19th century Googong school

Australian National University (ANU) School of Archaeology and Anthropology and Navin Officer Heritage Consultants (NOHC) archaeologists...
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29
May
2017

ANU leads project to update Atlas of Indigenous Australia

ANU will lead a two-year project to produce a second edition of the Macquarie Atlas of Indigenous Australia. Vice-Chancellor Professor...
From left to right, Professor Nicholas Brown and Dr Carolyn Strange. Dr Strange is holding a copy of her book
22
May
2017

Book by ANU historian explores pardons and parole in New York state

A new book about parole and pardoning in New York state’s criminal justice system highlights the difficulties state governors faced while...

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