Ancient Rome in Silent Cinema

Presented as part of the HRC Seminar Series In recent years, Hollywood has released a number of bigbudget films set in antiquity, yet cinema has been fascinated with the ancient world and with...

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Year 9-12 students and staff from the School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics

Reaching out to our next generation of linguists

ACT high school and college students with a keen interest in languages and linguistics gathered at ANU last week to test their language sleuthing skills. The students took part in the final...

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Applications Now Open for Ethel Tory Language Scholarships

Applications are now being accepted for 2014 Ethel Tory Language Scholarships for all European and Middle Eastern Languages. Ethel Tory Biography The Ethel Tory Language Scholarship ...

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Book Launch of ‘Imprisoned in English’ by Anna Wierzbicka

Professor Catherine Travis, Head, School of Literature, Languages & Linguistics, invites you to the launch of ‘Imprisoned in English: The Hazards of English as a Default Language’ by Anna...

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Domesticating the Foreign: Globalization's Effects on the Place/s of Languages

Foreign language education is deeply affected by globalization, destabilizing some of the central ideas that have helped form national languages, and, by contrast, foreign languages. This article...

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Both Modern Languages and Linguistics Excel in QS World University Rankings

The School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics (SLLL) has again excelled in the latest round of QS World University rankings with both Modern Langauges and Linguistics ranked number one in...

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Reading Communities and the Circulation of Print: Australia, China, and Britain in the 19th Century

Reading Communities and the Circulation of Print: Australia, China, and Britain in the 19th Century’, an RSHA/CiW (CAP) conference jointly organised by SLLL staff (Julieanne Lamond and Gillian...

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Teaching Areas

  • Classics and Ancient History
  • English, Film and Drama
  • Languages and Cultures
  • Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

Classics Museum

Visitors to the Classics Museum at ANU gain a taste of everyday life in the ancient world. The Classics Museum, established in 1962, displays a range of items that provide fascinating insights into the cultural practices of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds.

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