Take a look at our news archive for an indication of our past research interests, and the ways we have enhanced staff and student engagement in the SE Asia region.
From Antarctica to Amsterdam, many of our researchers will be delving into archives, excavating archaeological sites and collaborating with international peers during the teaching break.
The first Indonesian female Muslim stand-up comedian walks into a university…No, it doesn’t have a punch-line, but it’s what happened last week when pioneering comic Sakdiyah Ma’ruf joined the Chaser’s Julian Morrow, an alum of the University (BA ’95 LLB ’98), to discuss the serious side of comedy.
This week’s conciliation talks in The Hague give Australia a new chance to do the right thing by East Timor to help it secure its future, writes Professor Ben Saul.
It’s the courtroom of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, set up by the United Nations and the Cambodian government to try former Khmer Rouge for international crimes.
Further qualifications from the University Sydney will be recognised by Singapore, following a new agreement announced by the Australian and Singaporean governments today.
The humble street vendor cart and shelter that lines the streets of many Asian cities and is a key driver of local economies will get a design makeover by Australian and Indonesian architecture students this month.
As they prepare to return home, our latest cohort of international scholarship graduates explain how they will use their experiences at Sydney to make social, economic and cultural changes in their countries.
Marissa Anita trained for print journalism at Sydney but has become a prominent TV journalist in Indonesia. Interviewing some of Indonesia’s most powerful people, she is part of her country’s evolving spirit of freedom of the press.
Each July our students disperse across Australia and the globe, taking advantage of University-provided opportunities or their own intiative to make the most of their winter break. We asked some of our students what they got up to between semesters.
Students from the University of Sydney and Gadjah Mada University (UGM) in Yogyakarta, Indonesia recently participated in a two-week field school to explore the importance of creative industries in Central Java.
Leaders from Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs) throughout Indonesia are in Sydney for the next two weeks as part of an Australia Awards short course run by the University of Sydney.