PoP's archaeologist shares his experience about starting a successful postgraduate reading and research group.
The highlights of PoP's two-month special series on the Philippines.
What makes the Philippines tick, and what's the one piece of art, object or artefact that could provide an answer?
A historically-focussed review of the AGNSW's Passion + Procession: Art of the Philippines exhibition.
A personally-confronting reflection on why, sometimes, art galleries don’t seem to work for the author.
A mini-review of the Art Gallery of New South Wales' recent exhibition of Philippine art.
A review of the refurbished Singapore History Gallery at the National Museum of Singapore.
How should we respond when heritage is damaged or destroyed?
This article explores the life and career of one of Java's great premodern leaders: the 16th-century queen of Jepara.
A team of expert Makassan boat-builders constructs a padewakang
A personal account of the author's visit to this exhibition, foregrounding both her construction of state narratives and the curatorial staging of narratives in the gallery.
An embodied response to Sonny Liew's graphic novel and what it reveals about history-telling.
Java's temples are sites for the performance of power, prestige and celebrity
Conspiracy theories about the past reveal important obstacles and opportunities for history education in Indonesia.
"An encounter between Australian Indonesianists and Indonesian Australianists offers fruitful avenues for both countries
Are museums friends or foes when it comes to protecting antiquities?
Allied warships being stolen from Southeast Asian waters
Visiting the site of Australia's most famous shipwreck