Still from 'The Cinema Hold Up'
2016 Hispanic Film Festival

2016 Hispanic Film Festival

With more than 400 million native speakers around the world, Spanish stands second in the world’s most spoken languages. Backing such a strong position come unimaginable...

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Anna Wierzbicka
Linguistics giant who discovered a mini-language

Linguistics giant who discovered a mini-language

‘Anna Wierzbicka’ is a name many students of linguistics across the last few decades will have inevitably encountered. Anna is known for the theory she founded, Natural...

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2016 Commencement Address

2016 Commencement Address

Everyone is invited to attend the 2016 Commencement Address with Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt AC and special guests including:  Lieutenant General ...

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Launch of the new Australian Literary Studies

Launch of the new Australian Literary Studies

As of 2016, Australian Literary Studies is now based at the Australian National University, and for the first time in its 53-year history it will be published online. ALS has...

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ANU celebrates a life’s work in languages

ANU celebrates a life’s work in languages

“Turning 90 really is pretty awful,” Dr Luise Hercus began. “But it’s got a few advantages because I was around in the early 1960s and managed to record people…”...

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2016 Language Placement Tests

2016 Language Placement Tests

A language placement test is used to determine the most appropriate level of language study for you. If you've had any previous experience with the language you want to study,...

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SLLL Classes on Offer: Semester 1, 2016

SLLL Classes on Offer: Semester 1, 2016

In the School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics, our students and staff study language, literature, culture and linguistics in English, in classical and modern European...

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Study English at ANU: Literature, Film, Drama and Creative Writing

Study English at ANU: Literature, Film, Drama and Creative Writing

We live in an information-rich and hyper-connected age. Studying English at ANU will focus your attention on a diversity of print and audio-visual texts, deepening your...

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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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