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OPINION: While politicians proudly proclaim the achievements of our multicultural state at local community events, the NSW government is quietly dismantling a key plank of multiculturalism since its inception in the 1970s - the dedicated statewide…Posted: 12th June 2013
Described as a “21st century boy’s own adventure”, the documentary…Posted: 11th June 2013
The Asia Research Network in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of New South Wales invites you to a one-day research workshop.
Australia’s Asian Context in the Asian Century
Abstract: The Australian Government recently…12th July 2013 12th July 2013 When: 12th July 2013 Location: Room 310, Morven Brown Building http://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/news-and-events/australia-s-asian-context-in-the-asian-century-a-one-day-research-workshop-2083.html
Photographer and UNSW visiting fellow William Yang talks about the making of his first film, which is premiering at the Sydney Film Festival.Posted: 5th June 2013
The UNSW Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences is organizing an International Symposium paying tribute to Constantine Cavafy, from June 18 to 20. For the anniversary of 150 years since his birth and 80 years since his death, the University of New South…Posted: 4th June 2013
A great level of cynicism has been pervading the ongoing conflict in Syria. This is seen in the manipulation of the crisis by Syria’s neighbours, including Saudi Arabia and Turkey, and the superpowers, the United States and Russia.
New-found…Posted: 3rd June 2013
OPINION: Yes, following last week's horror in Woolwich it is correct to point out that there are Muslims and there is Islam. And that they are not always the same thing.
But it is no good to say such acts have nothing to do with Islam. It is an…Posted: 3rd June 2013
UNSW Arts and Social Sciences are proud to be a major partner of the iconic literary event, and this year saw students receive a unique opportunity to be at the forefront of festivities.
Volunteers took to the historic Walsh Bay Precinct armed with…Posted: 3rd June 2013
Australian-led international research has cast doubt over whether watching pornographic material has a significant impact on the sexual behaviour of young people.
While porn has long been blamed for a rise in risky sexual practices among teenagers,…Posted: 3rd June 2013
The Dean’s Research Awards recognize and reward excellent research performance by Arts and Social Sciences academics.
The special event was held on Thursday 23 May at Walsh Bay, a date and location chosen to coincide with the Sydney…Posted: 30th May 2013