Ann Bates Postgraduate Prize for Indonesian Studies

Each year the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific may offer a prize known as the Ann Bates Postgraduate Prize for Indonesian Studies.

Offered by ANU College of Asia & the Pacific


The objective of the prize is to award a student who has submitted the most outstanding thesis on a topic that was wholly or substantially about Indonesia and demonstrated proficiency in the Indonesian language through the use of Indonesian language source material.

The value of the prize awarded is $2000

The prize will be on offer from 2023, indefinitely.

The Prize was created in 2004 to honour the late Ann Coomb Bates (nee Carnie), a believer in university studies contributing to understanding between people of different cultures.


Liam Gammon
Haula Noor
Dr Carly Gordyn
Dr Evi Eliyanah
Dr Eve Warburton
Maria Myutel
Andrey Damaledo
Muhammad Adlin Sila
No Awardee
No Awardee
Dr Ismatu Ropi
Piers Gillespie
Amrita Malhi
Dr Marcus Mietzner
Dr Deborah Johnson (Inaugural award)

Field of study

Indonesian studies

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