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The Australian Magicians Who've Taken India By Storm In The Media - Posted on 22 September 2016

Best-selling author and UNSW Arts & Social Sciences PhD student, John Zubryzcki, speaks to ABC radio about the Australian magicians who have left their formidable footprints in India.

A fresh perspective In The Media - Posted on 7 April 2016

The Statesman speaks to Kama Maclean abut her new book A Revolutionary History of Interwar India: Violence, Image, Voice and Text which has recently been released in India. The book focusses on the Hindustan Socialist Republican Army (HSRA) and delivers a fresh perspective on the ambitions, ideologies and practices of this influential organisation, formed by Chandrashekhar Azad and Bhagat Singh and inspired by transnational anti-imperial dissent.

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 Firstpost.com 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. 

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.

TEDxOrange: The Importance of Small Family Farms in Global Food Security Article - Posted on 14 December 2015

In her TEDx Talk, given at the first TEDx Orange event in Orange NSW on 20 November 2015, Dr Monika Barthwal-Datta from UNSW School of Social Sciences talks about the significance of small family farmers to global food security.

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Opinion
Same-sex marriage: what our leaders could learn from grandma

If her grandmother could expand her beliefs and see the need for marriage equality, Christy Newman asks, what's our politicians' excuse?

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