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A group of past and present UNSW students will fly to LA this week to attend the Film, TV and Webisode Festival, where their web series will be screening in competition.
SYD2030 follows “six ridiculously good-looking university law students…Posted: 11th April 2012
Animal People, a novel exploring human-animal relationships has secured PhD student and author, Charlotte Wood, a spot on the 2012 Miles Franklin Literary Award long-list with 12 other Australian authors.
Wood describes her novel as a “reverse…Posted: 11th April 2012
Australia’s military must re-evaluate its goals, strategy, structure, and resources post Afghanistan or risk failing to adapt to a new international challenges, leading security analyst Professor Alan Dupont warns.
The transition from the…Posted: 2nd April 2012
The unemployed are worse off now in real terms than 15 years ago and are falling further behind the community, according to a new analysis of the welfare system by Professor Peter Whiteford, from the Social Policy Research Centre at UNSW.
His report,…Posted: 2nd April 2012
- Posted: 27th March 2012
<:figcaption>Residents inspect their damaged house after a bomb explosion in Baquba, Iraq. EPA/Ali Mohammed
When US President Obama announced the end of America’s involvement in Iraq, he deliberately did not claim victory.
But he did…Posted: 27th March 2012
ABC TV's 'Media Watch' presenter Jonathan Holmes interviews Associate Professor David McKnight on new his book, 'Rupert Murdoch: An Investigation Of Political Power'.Posted: 21st March 2012
Megan Carrigy, a PhD candidate in the School of the Arts and Media, has won the 2011 Faculty Best Doctoral Thesis Prize.
Carrigy’s thesis, Performing History, Troubling Reference: Tracking the Screen Re-enactment investigates the evolution,…Posted: 21st March 2012
Director of the International Security program at the Lowy Institute, Rory Medcalf, has used a UNSW public lecture to debate the viability of Australia’s strategy to sustain good relations with India and China.
Medcalf, who is also Senior…Posted: 20th March 2012
THE historian Grace Karskens was incredulous. The Museum of Contemporary Art intended marking the nation's oldest dockyard buried beneath the gallery's $53 million extension with an arrow pointing to concrete. Admittedly, it was a 2.7 metre arrow,…Posted: 19th March 2012