THE ‘YURT-HATCHERS’ OF TAASA. FROM LEFT: HELEANOR FELTHAM, CHRISTNA SUMNER, CARL ANDREW AND CLAIRE ROBERTS. PHOTO: JEAN-FRANCOIS LANZARONE, DECEMBER 2001 – TAASA Review December 2011
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alone produced without the manifest skills of Josefa Green, current editor of the TAASA Review.
It has been a huge undertaking which Josefa has orchestrated with consummate professionalism and in which she has been ably supported by the Publications Committee members whose names appear on the Contents page. In this 20th anniversary year, TAASA for the first time organised an essay competition with $2000 in prize money, open to undergraduate, honours and masters students at Australian universities.
This initiative was undertaken to encourage students of Asian arts in their studies and is a demonstration of TAASA’s commitment to the furthering of Asian arts scholarship in Australia...