The Australian National University is Australia's centre for research and training in the discipline of Anthropology. The research and training activities program that operates across campus, bringing together anthropologists from several main and other locations on campus is called the Anthropology Higher Degree Research (HDR) Academic Network. This is its website and you can check here for general information, forthcoming events, announcements, research profiles and more.
The Anthropology HDR Network represents one of the largest concentrations of expertise in anthropology anywhere, and over a hundred PhD students are engaged in exciting, long-term ethnographic research and critical social thinking in its graduate program. The breadth of undergraduate and postgraduate education and research is correspondingly large, with concentrations in cultural, biological, and forensic anthropology and interdisciplinary linkages and programs in:
Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development
Indigenous Australian studies
Health, Medicine and the Body
Ethnographic Film and Visual Anthropology
Resource Management in Asia-Pacific
Pacific studies and more
Principal locations that enrol postgraduate research students in Anthropology are listed under `Locations', to the left, this page.