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17
Jan
2018

New research explores how we tell someone's age from their voice

We’re pretty good at guessing how old someone is just by hearing their voice. However, we’re not uniformly good at estimating the age of...
15
Jan
2018

ANU School of Art and Design appoints new Head of Sculpture

The Australian National University (ANU) School of Art and Design is set to take on new European influence with the appointment of...
11
Jan
2018

Bringing the Gamilaraay language back from the brink

Priscilla Strasek is an Indigenous Gamilaraay Yuwaalaraay woman from Lightning Ridge in New South Wales who is on a mission to help bring...
11
Jan
2018

New podcast by ANU PhD students takes anthropology to the world

A new anthropology blog and podcast run by four ANU PhD students is having a wide impact.   The Familiar Strange was created by...
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09
Jan
2018

Tuckwell Scholar and PPE grad becomes Stanford researcher

A high-achieving former Tuckwell Scholarship recipient, now CASS alumnus, has begun a research position at Stanford University. Matthew...
04
Jan
2018

Redefining knowledge of elderly people throughout history

An archaeologist from The Australian National University (ANU) is set to redefine what we know about elderly people in cultures throughout...
Image shows Paul Keating in 2007 sitting in a chair, holding a microphone
02
Jan
2018

Cabinet papers 1994-95: The Keating government begins to craft its legacy

By Prof. Nicholas Brown, ANU School of History If Labor was surprised by its re-election in March 1993 – the “sweetest victory of them all...
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02
Jan
2018

Cabinet papers 1994-95: How the republic was doomed without a directly elected president

By Prof. Frank Bongiorno, ANU School of History Not long after defeat in the 1999 referendum, Malcolm Turnbull, a leading republican...
Image shows official portait of former prime minister Paul Keating, and parliamentary portait of former minister Simon Crean
02
Jan
2018

Keating’s Working Nation plan for jobs was hijacked by bureaucracy: cabinet papers 1994-95

By Prof. John Wanna, Sir John Bunting Chair of Public Administration, ANU The White Paper called Working Nation became the Labor...
18
Dec
2017

ANU research on Japanese "silver backpackers" sheds light on gender norms

In 2011 Shiori Shakuto was out with friends in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. They were at the sort of place where expats, backpackers and locals...

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