ANU Asia Pacific Week 2017

The Australian National University’s Asia Pacific Week is an interdisciplinary conference aimed at high-achieving students from...

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Vale, Teresia Teaiwa

Very sad news yesterday (21 March, 2017) of the tragic loss of Teresia Teaiwa, stellar Pacific studies scholar renowned for her writing on gender, militarization, Pacific...

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Teresia Teaiwa

Bill Raynor Conservation Scholarship Deadline EXTENDED to March 31st

The establishment of the Bill Raynor Micronesia Challenge Scholarship Fund was inspired by the work of one of Micronesia’s lead conservation pioneers, William Charles Raynor,...

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Our Micronesia

New Volume on Pacific Archaeology - 'Spatial Dynamics in Oceania: Discovery, Appropriation and the Emergence of Traditional Societies'

Proceedings of the Seances de la Societe Prehistorique Francaise, held in Paris in 2014, are now out.

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Oceanic Knowledges Conference, Humanities Research Centre, ANU, 27-28 January

The Humanities Research Centre (ANU), in partnership with the ARC Laureate Fellowship of Professor Matthew Spriggs and the ANU Pacific Institute, is holding a conference on 27-...

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