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Country subject files from the Division of Pacific and Asian History

  • AU ANUA 420
  • Series
  • 1926 - 1986

Contains subject files and newsletters on countries kept by the Division of Pacific and Asian History: Cook Islands, Fiji, Gilbert and Ellis Island, Indonesia, Malaysia, Micronesia, New Caledonia, Papua/New Guinea, New Hebrides, New Zealand, Nauru, Philippines, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tahiti. Includes research papers and notes, governmental papers, publications, newspaper clippings, school readers and Cook Islands photostats.

ANU Division of Pacific and Asian History

Research papers of Margaret George

  • AU ANUA 438
  • Series
  • 1960s - 1974

This series contains research notes, seminar papers and correspondence relating to Margaret George's research into the Netherlands East Indies.

George, Margaret Lorraine

Records of Harold Crouch

  • AU ANUA 664
  • Series
  • c.1965 - 2017

Collection contains research and teaching notes on political science across Crouch’s career at the University of Indonesia, the National University of Malaysia, the University of the Philippines, and at the Australian National University. Includes media clippings and interviews given by Crouch to Indonesian and Australian news outlets, as well as notes from lectures and papers presented at conferences and to government bodies. Includes material relating to significant publications as well as an unfinished monograph on Southeast Asia.

Crouch, Harold

David Henry Lewis papers on Pacific navigation

  • AU ANUA 563
  • Series

Collection includes field notes, newspaper clippings, research reports, photographs and maps:
Items 26 - 31: Field notebooks - Simpson Desert, Papunya, Indonesia.
Items 4 - 11: Map of the 1977-1978 voyage to Antartica in the 'Solo', including several photographs and newspaper clippings.
Items 1, 14, 17, 20: Details about the navigational techniques used by the Prahu Captains of Indonesia.
Item 21: Draft article on the Prahu Captains for 'Playboy'.
Items 22 - 24: Route-finding techniques of Aboriginal people in the Western Desert of Australia.

Lewis, David Henry

Posters from the Vietnam War

  • AU ANUA 669
  • Series
  • 1930s - 1990s

Vietnam War; Vietnamese Art

These posters, calendars and artworks were collected over the course of David Marr’s career. There are a mix of prints and originals from the 1930s to the mid 1990s. They largely focus on the Indochina Wars - particularlry the Vietnam War - and the politics of Vietnam during that time but the series also includes art and folk art not specifically related to these topics as well as material focusing on Laos, Cambodia and other regions. The perspectives of the material is mixed, work coming from North and South Vietnam, Europe (mostly France and Russia), Australia and The United States. The series contains examples of propaganda, fine art, children’s art, promotional material for private, not-for-profit and academic organisations and events, educational material, work related to charity and foreign-aid and material discussing war crimes.

Some material in this collection contains accounts of torture and images of injuries.

Marr, David George

Linguistic recordings

  • AU ANUA 350
  • Series
  • 1960 - 1984

This series has not been processed.
Recordings of language data (narratives, myths, wordlists, conversation) and of music from Papua New Guinea, the North Moluccas (Indonesia) and the Solomon Islands.

Voorhoeve, Clemens Lambertus

Asia behind the News recordings

  • AU ANUA 644
  • Series
  • 1979 - ?

A public affairs programme produced by the Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University at the Instructional Resources Unit, ANU.

Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies

Joe Barr's collection of Pacific disaster management publications and research material

  • AU ANUA 503
  • Series
  • 1970 - 2013

The collection consists of disaster and research reports, disaster preparedness workshop training manuals, seminar papers, consultancy management files, newspaper clippings, small publications and ephemera, a large number of SOPAC (Pacific Islands Applied Geoscience Commission) and United Nations reports, and documents created when Joe Barr was engaged as a consultant in relation to disaster management in the Pacific Islands. Of particular significance are the photographs and slides taken immediately following disasters in Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Cambodia, Turkey, Afghanistan, India and Indonesia.

Barr, Joseph

Vietnam research publications

  • AU ANUA 557
  • Series
  • 1989 - 2008

Collected for the ANU Vietnam Studies Group 1992 - 2003. Offprints of articles, ephemera, conference papers and other material.

Marr, David George

Tony Reid's papers on Southeast Asian Studies

  • AU ANUA 421
  • Series
  • 1964 - 2007

The files relate to Professor Reid's research and teaching in Southeast Asian Studies principally at the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies at the Australian National University including material about departmental reviews and publications, correspondence with fellow academics, and engagement with Southeast Asia through the Australian Development Assistance Agency, the Australian Academy of the Humanities and other organisations.

Reid, Anthony

Faculty of Asian Studies minutes and agenda papers

  • AU ANUA 670
  • Series
  • 1962 - 1989

Minutes and agenda papers, 1962 - 1989; Heads of Departments minutes and agenda papers, 1966 - 1970; Faculty Education Committee minutes and agenda papers, 1969 - 1973; Committee of the Centre of Oriental Studies minutes and agenda papers, 1963 - 1970

ANU Faculty of Asian Studies

Vietnam research papers

  • AU ANUA 642
  • Series
  • 1945 - 2017

This material was collected over the course of Marr's career. Some early material relates to his time in the United States Marine Corps. Some earlier material dates Marr's postgraduate studies and the Berkeley Free Speech movement in the 1960s. Most papers are related to Vietnam, including material collected while he was co-director of the Indochina Research Center in the 1970s and while editor of Vietnam Today,1978-1982. Some of this material was collected for the IRC by John Spragens.

Most papers related to Marr's academic work in the 1970s-2000s, including papers and material for his MA thesis, as well as monographs and books edited by Marr, including 'Southeast Asia in the 9th to 14th Centuries', 'Vietnamese Tradition on Trial, 1920-1945' and 'Vietnam: State, War, and Revolution (1945–1946)', and 'Vietnam 1945: The Quest for Power'.

Other material covers the Vietnamese Union Cataloguing Project and projects relating to Vietnamese scripts on computers in the 1980s-1990s, including the Vietnam Internet Project (VIP). Marr's involvement in Australian-Vietnamese scholarly exchanges in the same period also forms part of the collection.

Some material in this collection contains accounts of torture and/or images of injuries.

Marr, David George