UNE Asia Pacific Centre
UNE's Asia Pacific Centre serves as a hub for research and policy analysis that sheds light on the much-heralded grand shift of historic weight from Europe and the US to the centres of economic, strategic and cultural dynamism in South and East Asia, and the Pacific. The Centre brings together research students, experienced scholars, experts and practitioners to develop a deeper understanding of many aspects of this movement, including: strategy and security, environment and resource management, labour relations and economics, regionalism, history, religion and politics.
This deeper understanding is disseminated through publication and teaching, with the aim of promoting ties and understanding between Australia and the region and its peoples.
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The peace and calm of Australia's New England region, in the rolling northern tablelands of NSW, back of the Great Divide, provide the perfect setting for enquiry and writing in a community of scholars with links and relationships reaching around the world. Assistance is available for short-term Fellowships for experienced researchers.
The Asia Pacific Centre at UNE offers Higher Degree Research supervision in a wide range of areas including International Relations, Islamic Studies, International Political Economy, Comparative Politics, History, Archaeology, Political Philosophy and more.
The UNE Asia Centre (UNEAC) was established by the University in July 1992, later becoming the Asia Pacific Centre, in recognition of the growing importance of the region. This initiative recognised the long and extensive expertise and experience of Asia within the University of New England (UNE). The Centre is a convenient central location for access to UNE's Asia expertise. (See About UNE-APC for more.)
For more information or enquiries, click to send email to:Dr Ken Fraser Project Officer Asia Pacific Centre School of Humanities UNE