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29
Oct
2014

Hobbit-like cousins came from Africa, were not sick

On the 10th anniversary of the discovery of Homo floresiensis, an ANU archaeologist has dismissed suggestions our ancient hobbit-like...
Mervyn Meggitt with unidentified men at Ngama around 1955. AIATSIS collection via National Museum of Australia.
14
Oct
2014

Warlpiri drawings connect past and present

It’s not often that you get the chance to learn in detail about the years of research that go into curating a major exhibition. Visitors...
30
Sep
2014

Debating the value of the humanities

From art to literature to music, the humanities are as rich as they are diverse. For more than a century however, a debate has raged about...
20
Aug
2014

History book sheds new light on Canberra

A new book is set to show a different side of Canberra than the image portrayed during last year’s centenary celebrations. A History of...
05
Aug
2014

Human rights research takes PhD scholar to Palestine

Fieldwork took PhD candidate Liyana Kayali to the Middle East to investigate how Palestinian women are asserting their human rights. The...
04
Aug
2014

ARC grant to provide new perspective on WWII in Borneo

ANU will partner with the Australian War Memorial to provide unique insights into how different groups of people experienced World War II...
29
May
2014

Brazil's unique approach to foreign aid

As Brazil draws increasing media attention thanks to the soccer world cup, Dr Sean Burges looks at why Brazil’s international aid program...

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