>The AASRN’s website is now online!
At the site, you’ll find out more about the network, our activities and how you can become a member.
The AASRN was created in 2006 as a joint project between Australian National University and Monash University, from funding granted by ICEAPS (International Centre of Excellence in Asia-Pacific Studies).
The network focuses on cultural production in three major clusters:
- Cultural heritage & community: The aim of this cluster is to initiate interdisciplinary exchange within and between the fields of research on Asian Australian cultural heritage and community. This broad and interdisciplinary grouping includes those working on aspects of cultural heritage, community identities and politics, and cultural history projects.
- Film, literature & performance: The aim of this cluster is to initiate interdisciplinary exchange within and between the fields of research on Asian Australian literature, film and performance.
- Visual arts & new media: The aim of this cluster is to facilitate individual, collaborative, and interdisciplinary research in Asian Australian visual arts and new media, including cybercultures and related popular culture studies.
For more information about AASRN, visit the website, or drop us an email.