The Mongolia Institute
- hosts and coordinates Mongolian Studies Open Conferences, Mongolia Updates and seminars;
- publishes Mongolian Studies newsletters two to three times per year;
- welcomes Visiting Fellows from across Australia and internationally from Japan, Germany, the United States, China and Europe;
- supports postgraduate students with a strong focus on Mongolia and Mongolia related topics
- a Mongolian Studies online forum.
There are four courses that specialise in Mongolian Studies at the ANU, including a popular intensive course that is held over two weeks during the summer semester break each year. Courses also include an extended language course, ‘The Mongol Empire in World History’ and ‘From Mongols to Manchus’.
The Mongolia Institute prides itself on our broad range of research across Inner Asia. Our researchers explore Mongolia’s health and traditional medicine, water management, herding existence, political borders, hidden histories and even nuclear weapons disarmament. From archaeology to contemporary culture and politics, the Mongolia Institute’s projects take a holistic view of Mongolia and Mongolian peoples.
Are There Human Health Risks in Groundwater in Inner Mongolia?
Friday, March 17, 2017 - 15:53
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The Spectre of Pan-Mongolism
Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 18:00
Sitting in the reading room at the National Library of Buryatia on a hot Monday afternoon in late...