AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH COUNCIL
Discovery Projects

Assistants and students


Agung Wardana

Agung Wardana joined the ARC Discovery Project as a PhD candidate under the supervision of Prof Carol Warren at the Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, working on the topic of Law, Space and Development: Contested Space and Governance in Contemporary Bali.

Agung completed his Juris Doctor from  Atmajaya University, Indonesia; and LLM in Environmental Law at University of Nottingham.

His PhD, entitled ‘Law, Space and Development: Contested Space and Governance in Contemporary Bali’, was conferred by Murdoch University on 25January 2017.

Junjie Su

Junjie Su was a PhD candidate under the supervision of Prof William Logan at Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific. He studied cultural heritage conservation at Fudan University (Master), Shanghai and Xi’an Jiaotong University (Bachelor), Xian, China. He completed his PhD successfully in 2017 with a thesis examining the theory of intangible cultural heritage, safeguarding practices and cultural tourism in  China, focussing on Lijiang in Yunnan Province.

Lisa Rogers

Lisa Rogers holds a Master in Environmental Law from the University of Sydney, a Graduate Certificate in Heritage Planning and a Bachelor of Arts (Urban Studies – Town Planning) at Victoria University of Technology.

Lisa’s role in the ARC project as PhD candidate is to research the international legal framework for intangible cultural heritage under the supervision of Prof Christoph Antons.

Lisa works part-time as Heritage Officer – Planning for Heritage Victoria, the Victorian State Government’s principal cultural heritage (non-indigenous) agency. She has previously worked for the City of Melbourne as senior policy planner, Sydney Water Corporation as a researcher into the cultural heritage assets owned by that agency and the New South Wales State Government heritage department.

Diyana Sulaiman

(University of Newcastle)

Diyana Sulaiman joined the ARC Discovery Project in February 2015 as a PhD candidate working under the supervision of Prof Christoph Antons on the topic of ‘Protection of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Indonesia and Malaysia’.

Diyana completed her LLM in Public International Law at Leiden University. Her BLS (Hons) and LLB (Hons) degrees were obtained at Universiti Teknologi MARA in Shah Alam, Malaysia. She previously worked with Malaysian national oil company, PETRONAS.