Series 418 - Files relating to the administration of the Division of Pacific and Asian History

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Files relating to the administration of the Division of Pacific and Asian History


  • 1951 - 1990 (Creation)

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0.3 m (3 boxes)

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(1949 -)

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Two foundation history professors, Jim Davidson for the Pacific and CP Fitzgerald for the Far East, became the heads respectively of the Department of Pacific History and the Department of Far Eastern History in the Research School of Pacific Studies. The Department of Pacific History was expanded in 1973 to become the Department of Pacific and Southeast Asian History. In 1990 the two History departments were merged into the Division of Pacific and Asian History.

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Administration and general staffing of the Division, annual reports, correspondence, minutes, funding and conference papers. Includes records of predecessors the Department of Pacific History, Department of Pacific and Southeast Asian History, and Department of Far East Asian History.


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Access under a 20-30 year rule

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ANUA 395, ANUA 400 (Departmental Library), ANUA 419, ANUA 420

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Entered from deposit description on 2 April 2013




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