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In 2016 and early 2017, a number of articles were referenced on the TJ Ryan Foundation website about the current state and future of higher education. Examples included Dean Ashenden’s Inside Story article ‘ Powerhouse or Gravy Train? ’, which argued that credentialism has been...
This is an opportunistic and dangerous book, which rides on the back of advocacy by First Nations Peoples (and other Nations) for the return of stolen cultural property and human remains. It is worth taking seriously because it has reached a wide audience, in particular...
It has become a truism in national public policy discourse that Indigenous affairs are a classic ‘wicked’ problem. The issues and interests in scope are without question all-encompassing and include every level of the Australian federation, social/economic/environmental policy, debates about rights, responsibilities and welfare conditionality,...
Review of Asia Britain: A Photographic History by Susheila Nasta and Florian Stadtler which chronicals the histories of South Asians and their descendants in Britain through extensive public archival and private photographic material.
This lesson about the perils of determinism, something that all students of media history learn in their earliest lectures, is one that writer and Silicon Valley insider Andrew Keen seems hell-bent on challenging in his latest book, The Internet Is Not the Answer.
Three new political biographies reveal the strengths and weaknesses of the genre.
Australian political biography can be divided into three categories: The Job Application, The Post-Career Apologia, and The Proper History. The Job Applications are about those MPs voted most likely to be...
Susan Lever welcomes Helen Garner’s perceptive account of the courtroom dramas unleashed one Father’s Day near Geelong
Many of us prefer not to think too much about the deaths of three little brothers on Father’s Day 2005 after their father drove them into...
Review Details Date: 18 March 2013 Author: Dennis Phillips Publisher: Australian Review of Public Affairs Owning Institution(s): The University of Sydney
Book Details Title: The Candidate: What It Takes To Win—And Hold—The White House Publisher: Oxford University Press Date Published: 2012 Author/s: Samuel L....
Review Details Date: 18 March 2013 Author: Wendy Li Publisher: ForMHub Owning Institution(s): Swinburne University of Technology
Book Details Title: Displaced: The Human Cost of Development and Resettlement Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan: New York Date Published: 2012 Author/s: Olivia BennettChrisopher McDowell
Over the last...