What is CAPSTRANS?
Researchers in the Centre for Asia Pacific Social Transformation Studies (CAPSTRANS) undertake innovative interdisciplinary research on social, cultural, economic, political and historical transformations in the Asia Pacific region. CAPSTRANS supports a vibrant research culture through regular seminars and workshops and has a large and active group of postgraduate research students.
Research themes for 2013 are:
Our research areas include countries within:
- 22 May 2013 - Siobhan McHugh and Jacqui baker: Eat Pray Mourn: Crime and Punishment in Indonesia
- 7 August 2013 -Kylie Evans - Identity formation in Solomon Islands
- 4 September 2013 - Asma Khalid - unknown title as yet
- 9 October 2013 - Marisa Ramos Gonclaves and Alexander Brown - Reflections on fieldwork in Timor Leste and Japan.