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Baiying Borjigin
Dr Borjigin Baiying


Dr Baiying Borjigin is a historian and received his PhD degree from the Inner Mongolia University. His main research interests includes the history of Genghis Khan and his descendants.

Robert Cribb
Professor Cribb Robert


Robert Cribb’s research interests focus mainly on Indonesia, though he has some interest in other parts of Southeast Asia (especially Malaysia and Burma/Myanmar) and in Inner Asia.

Natasha Fijn
Dr Fijn Natasha


Natasha completed her thesis entitled Living with Herds in Mongolia within the School of Archaeology and Anthropology at the ANU in 2008. She combined a written thesis with an observational film, entitled Khangai Herds. The focus of this research was on the processes of animal domestication.

Dr Jack Fenner
Dr Fenner Jack


T 02 6125 2121

Jack Fenner’s research interests focus on applying technical and quantitative methods to archaeological materials and sites to better identify and understand past cultural responses to and drivers of change.

Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt
Dr Lahiri-Dutt Kuntala


T 02 6125 4343 (54343)

Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt is a Senior Fellow in the Resource, Environment & Development Program at the Crawford School of Public Policy.

Professor Li Narangoa
Professor Narangoa Li


T 6125 3201

Li Narangoa is a Professor of Pacific and Asian History. She specialises in modern Japanese and Mongolian history, culture and politics. Before joining the ANU, she was researcher at the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (Copenhagen).

Christian Sorace
Dr Sorace Christian


T 02 6125 3844 (53844)

Dr Christian Sorace is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Australian Centre on China in the World at the Australian National University. His new research project is a cross-national comparison of planned urban redevelopment, demolition, and relocation in Mongolia and China.

McComas Taylor
Dr Taylor McComas


T + 61 2 6125 3179

McComas Taylor’s research lies at the intersection of contemporary critical theory and classical Sanskrit narrative literature. His primary focus is on the construction of ‘true’ discourse in the Foucauldian sense in the Sanskritic, Hindu episteme.

Gesar Temur
Dr Temur Gesar


At the ANU in 2014, Dr. Gesar Temur completed his doctoral thesis entitled “The Resurgence of the Dharma: Transnational Buddhism in Contemporary Mongolia”.

Wuqiriletu (Uchralt)
Dr (Uchralt) Wuqiriletu


Dr Wuqiriletu has already obtained a PhD but is now undertaking a second doctoral thesis within the School of Culture, History and Language, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific as part of the ARC Laureate Project ‘Informal Life Politics’, led by Prof. Tessa Morris Suzuki.

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