The Australia-Netherlands Research Collaboration (ANRC)

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Successful applications from the ANRC 2012 round of PhD Overseas Travel Fellowships

Ms Elisabeth Ginsburg (The Australian National University) whose PhD thesis is 'Space in Hmong'. Elisabeth will spend three months in the Netherlands to consult and collaborate with experts, attend seminars and workshops, and present her work at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen.

Ms Rosalind Hewett (The Australian National University) whose PhD thesis is 'Indos (Eurasians) in Indonesia since 1949'. Rosalind with travel to the Netherlands for two to three months to conduct extensive archival research at the National Archives in The Hague, Hoge Commissariaat IndonesiŽ, KITLV library collection, University of Amsterdam and Leiden University. Rosalind's research activities will also involve oral history interviews and consulting with academic experts.

Ms Nenang Khozanatu Lahpan (Monash University) whose PhD thesis is 'Islamic Performing Arts as a Space of Negotiation between Islamic and Sudanese Cultures in West Java, Indonesia'. Nenang will make a two month trip to the Netherlands to consult with academic experts at Leiden University and KITLV as well as undertake research at the libraries there.

Ms Theresa Milallos (Murdoch University) whose PhD thesis is 'The Great Ormoc flood of 1991: Disruption and Resilience in Leyte, Philippines'. Theresa will make a month long trip to discuss her research project with Dutch disaster experts at Utrecht University and Wageningen University, as well as undertake research at the libraries of each University.

Ms Sri Lestari Wahyuningroem (The Australian National University) whose PhD thesis is 'Transitional Justice and Democratization in Indonesia'. Sri Wahyuningroem will visit KITLV, the University of Amsterdam and the International Criminal Court, The Hague to undertake research and discuss her research with experts during her month in the Netherlands.

Congratulations to these PhD students.