Hsiao-chun Hung

School of Culture, History and Language, College of Asia and the Pacific

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Hsiao-chun Hung is a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Archaeology and National History. She investigates the archaeology of ancient China, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia. Her research has generated high impact and great public interest in topics such as the origins and dispersal of early agriculture, ancient human migrations, and overseas long-distance trade networks. Hsiao-chun has cooperated in inter-disciplinary projects with colleagues from China, Japan, France, Denmark, the USA and elsewhere, through archaeological, archaeo-botanical, palaeo-skeletal, and DNA studies to reconstruct the migration routes of ancient populations in East Asia, especially in southern China and neighboring regions. She teaches “Archaeology of China”, “Archaeology in Asia”, and “Taiwan: History and Culture” at the ANU. Please see her selected publications can be found in the websites below.


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