Faculty in the Media

December 2014

Faculty in the Media – 18 December 2014

  • Radio Canberra’s Religion and Ethics Report interviewed Dr Leah Farrell from the United States Studies Centre about the psychological state of the gunman in the Sydney Siege.
  • ABC NewsRadio interviewed Dr David Smith from the United States Studies Centre about the US presidency.

Faculty in the Media – 17 December 2014

  • Men’s Health Magazine (US) reported on research by Professor Dianna Kenny from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences into the age of death of pop musicians.

Faculty in the Media – 16 December 2014

  • Radio National’s Sunday Extra interviewed Tom Switzer from the United States Studies Centre about the CIA Torture report.
  • The Conversation published an opinion piece by Raphael Lataster from the Department of Studies in Religion about weighing up the evidence for the ‘Historical Jesus’.

Faculty in the Media – 15 December 2014

  • The Washington Times (US) reported on research by PhD candidate Mark Sutton into Bob Dylan.
  • Daily Mail (UK) reported on research by Dr Christopher Neff from the Department of Government and International Relations about the influence of Jaws on shark hunt policies.

Faculty in the Media – 12 December 2014

  • Dr Christopher Neff from the Department of Government and International Relations was interviewed on 702 ABC Sydney Breakfast about his review of the WA Government’s plan to cull sharks. The Times (UK) also reported on the research, while it was mentioned in The Australian.

Faculty in the Media – 11 December 2014

  • The Washington Post (US), The Star (Canada) and China Daily (China) reported on research by Dr Christopher Neff from the Department of Government and International Relations into the impact the Hollywood film Jaws has had on shark hunt policies.
  • CNBC (US) interview Adjunct Associate Professor John Lee from the Department of Government and International Relations about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to India.

Faculty in the Media – 10 December 2014

Faculty in the Media – 8 December 2014

  • 文匯網 (Hong Kong) quoted Professor Kerry Brown from the China Studies Centre on corruption in China.
  • 3RC Melbourne interviewed Dr Patricia Ranald from the Department of Political Economy about the environmental and social impacts of the neoliberal ideology perpetuated by the G20.

Faculty in the Media – 5 December 2014

  • ABC News 24 interviewed Dr Mark Melatos from the School of Economics about forecasting the All Ordinaries.
  • Radio National’s Life Matters interviewed Associate Professor Kane Race from the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies about sexual health and HIV/AIDS.

Faculty in the Media – 4 December 2014

  • The Conversation published an opinion piece co-authored by Dr Fiona Martin from the Department of Media and Communications about the importance of the ABC.
  • Dr Tamson Pietsch partook in a podcast about freedom and democracy published on the Conversation.

Faculty in the Media – 3 December 2014

  • Chris Rodley, a PhD candidate in the School of Letters Arts and Media, wrote a Buzzfeed post explaining art theory with the aid of Kim Kardashian’s Instagram feed.
  • ABC News 24’s The Business interviewed Dr Mark Melatos from the School of Economics about forecasts for the Australian dollar.
  • Radio Adelaide’s The Wire interviewed Associate Professor Judith Keene from the Department of History about the possible discovery of the burial site of poet, Federico Garc'a Lorca.

Faculty in the Media – 2 December 2014

  • A New York Times column about Great White Sharks mentioned research by Dr Christopher Neff from the Department of Government and International Relations.
  • Radio National’s The Wire interviewed Dr Stephen Mills from the Graduate School of Government about political campaigning.
  • CNBC (US) interviewed Professor Kerry Brown from the China Studies Centre about the elections in Taiwan.

Faculty in the Media – 1 December 2014

  • SBS World News Australia interviewed Dr Jonathan Hutchinson from the Department of Media and Communications about video blogs.
  • 6PR Perth mentioned research by Dr Chris Neff from the Department of Government and International Relations about perceptions of shark encounters.