The Age published an op-ed by Associate Professor James Curran from the Department of History about the forthcoming World War I centenary.
The Conversation published a piece by Dr Monika Bednarek of the Department of Linguistics, which examines the level of swearing in popular TV shows.
Faculty in the Media – 30 March 2014
Dr John Wong from the Department of History was interviewed by the Canberra Times about the cultural importance of the recovery of bodies from missing Malaysian flight MH370.
Professor Pippa Norris from the Department of Government and International Relations was interviewed by ABC Radio National about scoring worldwide elections.
Faculty in the Media – 28 March 2014
MX Sydney reported on research by Dr Tamson Pietsch from the Department of History about the role of academics in World War One.
Faculty in the Media – 27 March 2014
Professor Iain McCalman from the Department of History features in this Guardian (UK) interactive story on the Great Barrier Reef.
Faculty in the Media – 26 March 2014
Associate Professor Mark McKenna from the Department of History was interviewed by Tripe J’s Hack about the re-introduction of the tiles of Knight and Dame.
Faculty in the Media – 25 March 2014
Malaysian Digest mentions a University study into electoral integrity in a piece about Malaysia's 2013 election.
Faculty in the Media - 24 March 2014
Luis F Angosto Ferrández co-wrote a piece for The Conversation about political unrest in Venezuela.
Faculty in the Media - 22 March 2014
702 ABC Sydney mornings and 720 ABC Perth Saturday breakfast mentioned alumna and film-maker Haifaa al-Mansour’s new film Wadjda. The film was also featured in Spectrum in the Sydney Morning Herald and on ABC Coffs Coast, Coffs Harbour.
The New York Times reports on a research project led by Ben Goldsmith from the Department of Government and International Relations into a mathematical model to predict genocide.
Faculty in the Media - 20 March 2014
The Conversation published a piece by Associate Professor Ariadne Vromen from the Department of Government and International Relations about the March in March.
Faculty in the Media - 18 March 2014
Research fellow Dr Vicki Grieves tells the Sydney Morning Herald that indigenous knowledge is being recognised in universities around the world.