Since 2019, CIW has offered a dedicated China Studies funding grant scheme, through a transparent, competitive process managed by the CAP Research Office. The aims of this scheme are to support ANU academic staff in their innovative, collaborative, and multi-disciplinary activities across campus, linking in China scholars both nationally and internationally. Activities include research, teaching, and engagement.
Graeme Smith Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs
The COVID-19 crisis and the Australian government’s call for an independent inquiry into the origins of the virus presents an opportunity to study the link between tensions in the Australia-China...
Grassroots Governance in the PRC: understanding the impacts of the campaign to ‘Sweep Away Black and Eliminate Evil’
Ben Hillman Crawford School of Public Policy
The campaign to Sweep Away Black and Eliminate Evil (2018-2020) is one of Xi Jinping’s most important domestic policy initiatives.
Mark Strange Australian Centre on China in the World School of Culture, History and Language
This project lays the foundations to re-assert the ANU's world-class strengths in the study of traditional China.
Yuan Peng Fenner School of Environment & Society
Shanghai has been a frontrunner in China in accelerating EV adoption to mitigate environmental problems.
Ying-Xin Show School of Culture, History and Language
This symposium re-examines the notion of Diaspora from the perspective of the South - namely Southeast Asia and the Southwest Pacific, seeking to unsettle a Sinocentric definition of Chinese...
China’s rise in global knowledge production: an expanded role in global innovation for novel renewable energy technologies?
Jorrit Gosens Crawford School of Public Policy
This project will build on patent data analysis over a range of renewable energy technologies, to identify if China is indeed rapidly becoming a globally leading innovator, and whether this trend...