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Urbanism after Angkor (14th-18th century): re-defining Collapse

The collapse of the medieval city of Angkor, in modern Cambodia, and its kingdom created an historical ‘dark age’ that we believe is more apparent than real. Applying a more...

Supervisor(s): Penny, Daniel (Associate Professor)

Archaeology

Archaeology provides a vivid understanding of how the past informs our present.  The department specialises in classical archaeology of the Mediterranean (Greece and Italy), th more...

Supervisor(s): Hiscock, Peter (Professor), Betts, Alison (Associate Professor), Fletcher, Roland John (Professor), Miller, Margaret (Professor), Robinson, Ted (Dr), Beaumont, Lesley (Associate Professor), Faulkner, Patrick (Dr), Flexner, James (Dr)

Asian Studies

Professor Yang is interested in issues of religion, secularization, and the state in modernity, especially in the tensions and traumas accompanying the break with traditional orders more...

Supervisor(s): Vickers, Adrian (Professor)

Disruption and persistence: resolving the Maya climate-collapse hypothesis

This project will to test the climate-catastrophe theory of the Classic ‘Maya Collapse’ of the 8-11th centuries A.D., by generating a detailed record of climate and huma more...

Supervisor(s): Penny, Daniel (Associate Professor)

Comparative and International Education Research Network

The Comparative and International Education Research Network uses innovative methodologies in cross-cultural research, critical policy studies, critical discourse analysis, and po more...

Supervisor(s): Chia, Yeow-Tong (Dr), McCormick, Alexandra (Dr), Thomas, Matthew A.M. (Dr), Bagnall, Nigel (Associate Professor), Allender, Tim (Professor), Welch, Anthony (Professor)