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dc.contributor.authorUniversity Of Melbourne. Media And Publication Services Office
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dc.date.issued1991
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11343/228823
dc.descriptionPolitical Science. Two students of middle east politics took first and second prize in the Australasian Middle East Studies Association (AMESA) 1991 essay competition. Miranda Sissons was awarded first prize and Dany Merkel was equal second prize-winner. They were presented with their awards at a lunch at University House. Mr Desmond Fletcher, Treasurer of AMESA, right, presented Dany Merkel with her prize certificate, watched by, from left, Dr Andrew Vincent, lecturer in middle eastern politics, Miranda Sissons and Professor Les Holmes, head of the Department of Political Science Previous control number: BWP/19,862
dc.description298282 Item: [2003.0003.04857] "Photograph - Political Science."
dc.relation.ispartofFonds: [2003.0003] "UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE. MEDIA AND PUBLICATION SERVICES OFFICE"
dc.titlePhotograph - Political Science.
dc.typeBlack and white photograph
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melbourne.archives.referenceid2003.0003.04857
melbourne.archives.relateddates1991
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