Past events

15
Jul
2021

Myanmar Update 2021

Numerous Speakers

The Myanmar (Burma) Update is a major venue at which to present cutting-edge scholarship on political, social and economic affairs in Myanmar. Now in its third decade, it is one of only two longstanding, regularly held international conferences on the country, and is alone in routinely publishing papers presented at the conference. It is one of a range...

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30
Apr
2021

Myanmar under the military: What can we do?

Jayde Lin Roberts, Senior Lecturer, University of NSW | Nicholas Ross, PhD student, Department of Political and Social Change, ANU | Salai Samuel Hmung, Member, ANU Myanmar Students Association | Yuri Takahashi, Lecturer, School of Culture, History and Language, ANU | Chaired by Nick Cheesman, Director, ANU Myanmar Research Centre

Please join us for the seminar, Myanmar under the military: What can we do?

This is a face to face seminar. Space is limited. To attend please register.

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16
Feb
2021

Military coup in Myanmar: what just happened?

Nick Cheesman, Nicholas Coppel, Melissa Crouch, Johnathan Liljeblad

A panel discussion organised by the ANU Myanmar Research Centre.

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19
Nov
2020

After the polls? A discussion on Myanmar’s COVID-19 election

Maitrii Aung-Thwin, Myat The Thitsar, Nicholas Ross, Su Mon Thant

Myanmar’s citizens are scheduled to go to the polls on November 8 for the third time since the army partially returned power to civilian government almost a decade ago. Join us as our panel of experts tackle important questions about the 2020 Myanmar election in a forum hosted by the ANU’s Myanmar Research Centre.

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30
Oct
2020

Food in language education

Dr Yuri Takahashi, Dr Le Hong Ngoc Yen Le, Jenny Homerang, Dr William S Armour

For language teachers, discussion of food is an important cultural aspect of language education. Introducing the representative food of a country or region gives students essential cultural knowledge, but is there a better way to teach that avoids leading both teachers and students into stereotyped cultural perceptions?

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