Past Event Grant Winners

ASAA Event Grant

Past Event Grant Winners


  • Dr. Yu Tao (The University of Western Australia), Grounding Global China in the Asia Pacific: An idea-developing and capacity-building workshop for Asian studies EMCRs (including HDR students)
  • Dr. Rebecca Meckelburg (Satya Wacana Kristen University, Indonesia), Symposium “The Political Economy of Women and Development in Southeast Asia: Old Problems, New Challenges”
  • Dr. Kayoko Hashimoto (The University of Queensland), Empowering Asian language speakers to become language teachers in Australian schools
  • Dr. Eve Warburton (ANU), ANU Indonesia Institute Postgraduate Workshop
  • Dr. Annisa R Beta (The University of Melbourne), Critical Girlhood Studies Research Collective Workshop
  • Dr. Craig A Smith (University of Melbourne, Asia Institute), (Un)Translatable Asia






  • Thushara Dibley, The University of Sydney – Digital Research in Southeast Asia
    Event location: University of Sydney, 18 August
  • Caroline Turner, The Australian National University – Asian Diasporas/TransPacific Contexts and Global Art
    Event location: ANU, 28-29 September
  • Stephen Whiteman, The University of Sydney – Gender in Southeast Asian Art Histories
    Event location: University of Sydney, 11-13 October


  • Chloe Gill-Khan, University of South Australia – Disentangling the Politics of ‘Crisis’: The Pakistanis State(s), governance and culture from within
    Event location: ICAS, 5-9 July
  • Romit Dasgupta, University of Western Australia – Bringing Turkey in ‘Asia’ and ‘Asian Studies’ in Australia
    Event location: University of Adelaide, 5-9 July
  • Nicholas Cheesman, The Australian National University – Myanmar/Burma Update 2015
    Event location: ANU, 19-20 June


  • Marshall Clark, Australian National University – Labour Migration in the Asia-Pacific: Race, History and Heritage
    Event location: ANU, 14-15 February
  • Vannessa Hearman, The University of Sydney – New Perspectives on the 1965 Violence in Indonesia
    Event location: ANU, 11 – 13 February

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