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Records of the Australian National University, Division of Pacific and Asian History, 1952-2008 [microform]
Bib ID 5781785
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
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Australian National University. Division of Pacific and Asian History
 
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Description [1952-2008] 
2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. 
Series

PMB (Australian National University. Pacific Manuscripts Bureau) ; 1363.

Summary

Australian National University, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Division of Pacific and Asian History annual reports, 1952-2008, and related documents.

Biography/History

The Research School of Pacific Studies (RSPS), established in 1948, was one of the four founding research schools of the Australian National University. The foundational departments of the RSPS were Pacific History, Geography, Anthropology and Sociology and International Relations. Within a few years, other disciplines or sub-disciplines emerged: Linguistics, Biogeography and Geomorphology, Economics and Political and Social Change. The broad thrust was the social sciences and to a lesser extent the humanities. The New Guinea Research Unit was created within the RSPS in 1961.

Other cross-disciplinary research carried out in the RSPS included the Austronesian Project, Economic History of Southeast Asia Project, Transformation in Communist Regimes Project, Resource Management in Asia Pacific and State, Society and the Governance in Melanesia Project. Several distinguished academics were associated with the RSPS. In about 1994 the Research School of Pacific Studies changed its name to the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies (RSPAS). In 2010 the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies became the College of Asia and the Pacific.

Notes

Microfilmed from originals held at: Australian National University Archives (ANUA 395/14).

Reproduction Microfilm. Canberra, A.C.T. : Produced for the Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Australian National University. 2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. 
Subjects Australian National University. - Division of Pacific and Asian History - Archives.  |  Australian National University. - Division of Pacific and Asian History - Periodicals.  |  Universities and colleges - Australian Capital Territory - Canberra - Archives.  |  Pacific Area - History - Study and teaching (Higher)  |  Asia - History - Study and teaching (Higher)
Time Coverage 1952-2008 
Other authors/contributors Australian National University. Pacific Manuscripts Bureau

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