Introduction to AURJ volume 10

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Daniel May
Benjamin Kooyman



The fifteen essays contained in this volume—originally submitted as assessment tasks, for which all received High Distinctions, and subsequently refined and honed by their authors—are outstanding examples of the undergraduate research being undertaken at the Australian National University. Whether original research undertakings or exemplary responses to prescribed questions, the authors have crafted exceptional essays, and anyone who chooses to read this volume cover to cover will embark on a stimulating multidisciplinary journey, from law to literature to archaeology to psychology to history to science to politics and beyond. This section introduces the volume, authors, editors, and cover artist and acknowledges other valued contributors to this volume.

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