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  • Music producer Mark Opitz honored with ANU Coombs Fellowship

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    ANU student to bring little-known Jane Austen work to Thai audience

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  • ANU study reveals who is spreading online conspiracies

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  • ANU archaeologist discovers Cornish barrow site

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Apr
2018

Music producer Mark Opitz honored with ANU Coombs Fellowship

The Australian National University has honoured multi-award winning record producer Mark Opitz with the prestigious HC Coombs Creative Arts...
17
Apr
2018

ANU Sociology reveals new insights into humour on social media and the 2016 US election

New research by the ANU School of Sociology within CASS has revealed new insights into how social media users used humour during the 2016...
16
Apr
2018

Renowned translator of Australian literature gifts 10 signed volumes to ANU

Renowned Chinese translator Professor Li Yao has gifted a set of his 10-volume translation of Australian literature to the ANU Library....
12
Apr
2018

ANU student to bring little-known Jane Austen work to Thai audience

Readers of Thai will soon be able to read Jane Austen’s Lady Susan in their native language, with the help of ANU Master of Translation...
09
Apr
2018

ANU CASS alumni honoured at University awards

A former cabinet minister and human rights advocate, an aid worker overseeing the response to an unprecedented refugee crisis, and a poet-...
03
Apr
2018

ANU Archaeologist discovers Cornish barrow site

An archaeologist at The Australian National University (ANU) has discovered a prehistoric Bronze-Age barrow, or burial mound, on a hill in...
03
Apr
2018

ANU study reveals who is spreading online conspiracies

Due to the Internet, conspiracy theories are on the rise and playing an increasingly significant role in global politics. Now new research...

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