Professor Li Narangoa

BA (Inner Mongolia), PhD (Bonn)
Professor, School of Culture, History & Language
College of Asia & the Pacific

Areas of expertise

  • Government And Politics Of Asia And The Pacific 160606
  • Historical Studies 2103
  • Asian History 210302
  • Religion And Society 220405
  • International Relations 160607


Li Narangoa specialises in modern Japanese and Mongolian history, culture and politics. Before she joined the ANU staff member she was researcher at the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (Copenhagen). She teaches courses in Japanese history and language, the Mongol empire in World History as well as broader thematic courses such as 'Reconcilation and Memories of Conflicts'.  Her research interests include borders, empires, nationalism and international relations in Northeast Asia. Her current projects include Japan's relations with other Asian countries in 20th century, 'Puppet states', effects of war and knowledge tranmission of Mongolian medicine.


Projects and Grants

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