The Myanmar Research Centre is comprised of academic specialists, post-doctoral fellows, PhD candidates, postgraduate and undergraduate students, and professional staff.
Our people are from a range of academic fields across ANU, as well as other universities in Australia and Myanmar.
The Myanmar Research Centre serves as an academic hub for Myanmar related activities at The Australian National University.
This includes research partnerships with a number of institutions, including the University of Yangon.
The ANU Myanmar Research Centre was launched in 2015. Since then, the Centre has served as the University’s academic hub for Myanmar activities. The Centre provides a flexible and inclusive structure to maintain its activities, build relationships with our Myanmar partners, and create new opportunities for ANU staff and students.
Abstract: Understanding and preserving historical sites and artefacts are essential to the past,
After 1988, the Government of Myanmar led a transition from a centrally controlled to a more open