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More mysterious jars of the dead unearthed in Laos
16
May
2019

More mysterious jars of the dead unearthed in Laos

ANU archaeologists have discovered 15 new sites in Laos containing more than one hundred 1000-year-old massive stone jars possibly used for...
Traffic island breaks era of silence in Indigenous history
23
Apr
2019

Traffic island breaks era of silence in Indigenous history

In a first for the ACT, an unobtrusive traffic island in the Canberra suburb of Griffith has been granted heritage status based on its...
New species of early human found in the Philippines
11
Apr
2019

New species of early human found in the Philippines

An international team of researchers have uncovered the remains of a new species of human in the Philippines, proving the region played a...
New species of early human found in the Philippines
09
Apr
2019

New species of early human found in the Philippines

New species of early human found in the Philippines An international team of researchers have uncovered the remains of a new species of...
Opinion: Bring the hidden history of Hay Gaol out of the shadows
01
Mar
2019

Opinion: Bring the hidden history of Hay Gaol out of the shadows

Lecturer in the ANU Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies Dr Adele Chynoweth has long been concerned with issues of social justice and...
Beauty and the grave: Sexism from Anglo-Saxon times
02
Jan
2019

Beauty and the grave: Sexism from Anglo-Saxon times

Research shows how women in Anglo-Saxon England faced the same issue as many women today: age and beauty-related sexism. Dr Christine Cave...
Georgia Wilson: Graduating Student Profile
14
Dec
2018

Georgia Wilson: Graduating Student Profile

"I'd been walking for over 20 years and all of sudden I couldn't walk and it was terrifying."   ANU Master of Museum and Heritage...

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