A University of Queensland researcher is working with an NGO to use sport to help Rohingya refugees in Malaysia.

20 June 2018
How will time judge these common forms of household technology?

What items in your home do you think deserve to end up in a museum in 30 years’ time?

29 August 2017
Enrolments are now open for the World101x: Anthropology of Current World Issues Massive Open Online Course

Enrolments are now open for the World101x: Anthropology of Current World Issues Massive Open Online Course, run through not-for-profit online learning platform edX,

9 June 2015
Go on a virtual dinosaur hunt with the School of Biological Sciences Senior Lecturer Dr Steve Salisbury’s twitter feed.  Photo: Josie Fraser

The University of Queensland attracts top academic minds from across the globe, but how does their genius translate to 140 characters or less? To celebrate @UQ_News reaching 13,000 twitter followers, UQ is sharing a list of some of its most engaging...

30 April 2015
The world's first, free social anthropology MOOC will  challenge people to reflect on the world around them.

Do you have a burning urge to learn more about the world around you and the people who inhabit it?

15 April 2014

A University of Queensland researcher has warned that refugee women and children face increased risks under the Federal Government’s policy of sending asylum seekers to Nauru and Papua New Guinea.

15 August 2013

MUCH of the formal interaction between international aid agencies and local officials in countries where they work can be seen as “performance”, according to new research published by a University of Queensland anthropology lecturer.

29 February 2012