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A new report by UNSW’s Journalism and Media Research Centre argues that Australia’s media content regulation system is broken and that it is time for a full review to manage content in the 21st century.
The report, The Adaptive Moment: A… (PDF)Posted: 26th May 2011
The UNSW Centre for Modernism Studies in Australia will be launched tomorrow by The Australian's Chief Literary Critic Geordie Williamson.
Based in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, the Centre will draw together a range of disciplinary…Posted: 25th May 2011
The Faculty is proud to list those students who excelled across all their courses in 2010.
The Dean’s List recognises and congratulates academic excellence within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. It is an opportunity to honour the…Posted: 24th May 2011
Pornography, anthropology, the future of journalism and James Joyce are just some of the topics to be discussed by UNSW academics at the Sydney Writers Festival this week.
Several Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences academics will be panelists at the…Posted: 16th May 2011
In the First World War nearly 7,000 'enemy aliens' of German origin were interned in camps in NSW. That experience is the subject of a new book, 'The Enemy at Home', co-authored by Associate Professor Gerhard Fischer and published by UNSW Press, and a…Posted: 12th May 2011
A presentation about William Faulkner and his life in Hollywood has won the inaugural School of English, Media and Performing Arts (EMPA) Three Minute Thesis Competition. Ten EMPA research students had just three minutes to give a compelling…Posted: 11th May 2011
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Fourteen refugee women from around the world will travel to Geneva to present their survival stories to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees with support from UNSW’s Centre for Refugee Research.
The UNHCR selected the Centre to…Posted: 6th May 2011
'Deprivation' may be a better indicator than the traditional measure of poverty, when it comes to measuring disadvantage.
And to establish what constitutes deprivation, the best people to ask about life's essentials, and who doesn't have them, are the…Posted: 28th April 2011
The NSW branch of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) has been re-established. The relaunch event was hosted by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences on the 13 April in the UNSW Council Chambers.
HERDSA promo…Posted: 20th April 2011