Associate Professor in Archaeology Martin Polkinghorne has made a significant contribution to a once-in-a-generation record of information on Angkor.
The four chapters are included in The Angkorian World (Routledge), which explores the history of Southeast Asia’s largest ancient state from the first to mid-second millennium CE.
Fellowship dives into age of sensibility
Dr Eric Parisot has been awarded a four-week Fellowship from the Lewis Walpole Library as part of their 2023-2024 Fellowship and Travel Grants round for his project Inventing Suicide: Representation and Emotion in the Age of Sensibility.
The Fellowship year runs from June 1, 2023 through May 31, 2024.
Flinders student represents the state
Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Biotechnology/Microbiology) student Bridget Burghardt is the only South Australian student to receive an Education Endowment Fund (EEF) Scholarship in 2023.
The EEF Scholarship is open for students all over Australia studying a minerals-related degree in the hope of identifying future industry leaders among Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy’s (AusIMM) student members and ensure they are offered meaningful opportunities to develop professionally.
For more information about the scholarships and AusIMM, click here.