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Hawke Institute (UniSA)

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no longer active. Now known as the Hawke Research Institute

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19 Apr 2007

Malalai Joya is described by the BBC as the most famous woman in Afghanistan and at 28 years of age is the youngest member of the Afghani Parliament. Joya is a controversial figure, reviled by many Afghani fundamentalists yet viewed by others as a freedom...

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28 Nov 2006

In this lecture Barbara Pocock explores the connections between work, care and justice. She argues that Australia is currently missing the opportunity to build a better society that is happier and more sustainable for its citizens in the longer term. Australian governments – of all...

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1 Jan 2002

Ian North argues that the Aboriginal art revolution of the last three decades is the singly most significant art movement in recorded Australian art history. This paper is a meditation on the process of coming to terms with the implications of the revolution. This has...

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1 Jan 2002

Deborah Bird Rose's paper takes up the challenge of our position in 'new world' settler societies and seeks a decolonising form of situated justice that brings reconciliation between settlers and Indigenous people together with reconciliation with nature. The paper examines a case study of a...

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1 Jan 2002

Susan Feiner's paper demonstrates the connection between the inner logic and the concerns of the Hebrew bible, and the central market metaphor of contemporary mainstream economics. They have overlapping concerns, they both establish taboos that are essential to 'right living', and both the bible and...

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