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Indonesian Parties Changing Their Spots? — “Academic Talks” with Tom Power

“If I go to the parliament in Jakarta, it’s easy for me to just call up someone and ask ‘do you have time for a […]

Elderly Life in the Hidden World of Karaoke Kissas and Classrooms – “Academic Talks” with Benny Tong

Benny Tong is a PhD candidate at the ANU studying the lives of elderly Japanese people in karaoke bars and how they seek fulfilment and […]

Feminism in the Asia-Pacific region

What is feminism? For many, the idea of what feminism looks like is strongly associated with more common feminist movements in the West, yet feminism […]

How Far I’ll Go: Moana and Wayfinding

Could Moana engage younger generations of Islanders and non-Islanders to the art of Wayfinding? The 2016 film starring Pacific Islanders Auli’i Cravalho and Dwayne “The […]