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Paul   D'Arcy

Associate Professor
Department of Pacific Affairs, College of Asia and the Pacific
Australian National University (Australia)

About
After graduating in Pacific and African history from Otago University, I studied at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa and worked as an archaeologist and for Television New Zealand, before completing my MA at Otago and PhD at ANU. I teach courses focused on environmental conflict resolution, sustainable development and climate change mitigation in the Asia Pacific Region. I taught at Otago, Victoria University of Wellington and James Cook University in Queensland before joining ANU. My current research focuses on Asia Pacific visions of history and sustainable development, and the history of conflict and conflict resolution in the Asia Pacific region, especially conflicts over natural resources with particular reference to the Pacific Ocean.
Specialities
Member of
European Society for Oceanists (ESfO)
Geographic administrative areas
Historical periods
Ancestral Oceania
Precolonial Australia
First and Early contacts
20th century
21st century
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