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Photo Gallery: UNSWriting and Nura Gili present Jeanine Leane Article - Posted on 29 August 2016

UNSWriting and Nura Gili hosted Indigenous author Jeanine Leane for an 'in-conversation' event to discuss how her family history and transgenerational memory has inspired her to write.

Applications open for the 2016 SAM Alumni Residency Program Article - Posted on 2 May 2016

Information regarding the SAM Alumni Initiative Residency program

New MOOCs rethink disability Article - Posted on 13 April 2016

Two new courses are challenging the way we think about disability.

Top group calls for new laws and education for sexually active young people In The Media - Posted on 6 April 2016

Associate Professor Kath Albury comments on young people's attitudes to sexting and the law, and how views on the practice had begun to change in recent years.

Welcome to our new Dean, Professor Susan Dodds Article - Posted on 4 April 2016

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences welcomes esteemed philosopher and bioethicist, Professor Susan Dodds, to the role of Dean.

Revolutionary road: A new, in-depth look at ideology of Bhagat Singh, Azad In The Media - Posted on 3 April 2016

Associate Professor Kama Maclean speaks to about her new book A Revolutionary History of Interwar India (Penguin) in which she examines the ambitions, ideologies and actions of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Army (HSRA), formed by Azad and Bhagat Singh. 

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences Welcomes New Dean Article - Posted on 14 March 2016

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences is preparing to welcome Professor Susan Dodds as the new Dean of the Faculty. A leading researcher in moral psychology, ethics and political philosophy, Professor Dodds will take up her appointment in early April.

Exploring a Borderland City in New India Article - Posted on 25 February 2016

Professor Duncan McDuie-Ra’s latest book, Borderland City in New India, explores contemporary urban life in the city of Imphal, located in India's Northeast borderland.

Professor Chris Davison appointed to Quality Teaching Council Article - Posted on 17 February 2016

Professor Chris Davison appointed to the Quality Teaching Council

Here are the stunning social costs of the Flint water crisis In The Media - Posted on 13 February 2016

Dr Leila Morsy's research featured in this Washington Post article on the Flint water crisis

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Shared ownership can help make housing affordable for people with disability

Shared ownership schemes can unlock access to suitable housing, although these are less common in Australia than overseas, write Ilan Wiesel and Karen R Fisher.

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