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UNSW hosts ground-breaking ‘virtual’ conference Article - Posted on 28 April 2017

Research in music and psychology.

The 2017 survey on PrEP and safe sex has launched In The Media - Posted on 24 April 2017

"This year we’re expecting to see big changes in the survey because of the rapid increase in the use of PrEP."

From the heart: why writers are putting themselves in nonfiction Opinion - Posted on 24 April 2017

Kerrie Davies' book A Wife's Heart places her own story alongside that of Henry Lawson's wife, writes Christopher Kremmer.

UNSWriting: Cosmopolitan Queer Article - Posted on 24 April 2017

This UNSWriting podcast features a lively discussion with two young emerging queer writers, Anna Westbrook and Alison Whittaker.

Words Matter: What we say about care matters for young adult sibling relationships In The Media - Posted on 19 April 2017

This post looks at these issues for young people with disability and their brothers and sisters.

A research story: Thom van Dooren Article - Posted on 18 April 2017

Crows and the anthropocene. A research story with Thom van Dooren.

Digitising public health: what are the ethical implications and responsibilities? Article - Posted on 18 April 2017

A public panel at UNSW on 19 April will discuss the implications of giving away valuable health data and other challenges of digital public health, supported by UNSW School of the Arts & Media. 

Trump's cheap shot on Syria Opinion - Posted on 18 April 2017

The cruise missile attack on Syria last week may have boosted President Trump’s weak standing at home but fails on more serious criteria of legality and morality, writes international relations lecturer Anthony Billingsley.

Australian politics explainer: how women gained the right to vote Opinion - Posted on 18 April 2017

The suffragists who gained women the right to vote offer a model of Australia’s role in the world that remains as important as ever, writes James Keating.

Where are they now? What public transport data reveal about lockout laws and nightlife Opinion - Posted on 11 April 2017

Yes, lockout laws have succeeded in decreasing crime in certain neighbourhoods. But an analysis of transport data points to different impacts across the city, writes Criminology lecturer Phillip Wadds.

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From the heart: why writers are putting themselves in nonfiction

Kerrie Davies' book A Wife's Heart places her own story alongside that of Henry Lawson's wife, writes Christopher Kremmer.

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