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No ape jape: gibbons need protection from COVID-19 too
22
Sep
2020

No ape jape: gibbons need protection from COVID-19 too

Experts studying how tourism affects wild gibbons say visitors should wear PPE masks and have health checks before visiting them.   While...
Indigenous banana cultivation dates back over 2,000 years
12
Aug
2020

Indigenous banana cultivation dates back over 2,000 years

ANU archaeologists from the ANU Achool of Archaeology and Anthropology have found the earliest evidence of Indigenous communities...
Brando’s atoll was holiday getaway for Tahitian royalty
28
Jul
2020

Brando’s atoll was holiday getaway for Tahitian royalty

A paradise lost has been re-discovered by on the tiny Pacific atoll of Teti'aroa, once owned by Hollywood icon Marlon Brando.        The...
Archaeology at home: The Garbage Project
24
Jul
2020

Archaeology at home: The Garbage Project

By Evana Ho   You’ve no doubt seen it in a film or TV show: the private investigator combing through a suspect’s rubbish that was left...
Disciplines ranked top 20 in the QS World University Rankings 2020
06
Jul
2020

Disciplines ranked top 20 in the QS World University Rankings 2020

We are thrilled that the 2020 QS World University Rankings have placed the ANU disciplines of Anthropology, Archaeology, and Development...
Human bone histology morning coffee workshop series for biological anthropologists
07
May
2020

Human bone histology morning coffee workshop series for biological anthropologists

HUMAN BONE HISTOLOGY MORNING COFFEE WORKSHOP SERIES FOR BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS Registrations have closed as we reached capacity....
Apply now for Postgraduate Study in Semester 2
06
May
2020

Apply now for Postgraduate Study in Semester 2

Interested in studying a Master Degree with us next semester? Our school offers a broad suite of postgraduate studies, some eligible for...

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