Migrant workers’ literature from Southeast Asia

ANU Southeast Asia Institute

The Southeast Asia Institute is the flagship for The Australian National University’s outstanding range of expertise on the politics, languages, society, economics and cultures of the region to Australia’s northwest. The Institute brings together the research, teaching and outreach talents of the academics and students of The Australian National University. It creates opportunities for collaboration and provides a point of contact between the university community and the wider world.

Study Southeast Asia

study south east Asia

ANU offers a number of undergraduate degree programs within which the study of the Southeast Asian region, its nations and languages can be taken as a core compentent.

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The ANU is home to a vibrant interdisciplinary community of Filipinist scholars, working from a wide range of departments and centres across campus. This includes experts with a rich knowledge of the Philippines in the fields of history, political science, international relations, anthropology, archaeology, human geography, law, linguistics, economics and psychology.

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