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Associate Professor Peter Marks, Chair of the Department of English, was interviewed on Radio National with Phillip Adams about how the world of surveillance has outstripped the literature of surveillance in reference to his latest book Imagining Surveillance: Utopian and Distopian Literature and Film
Art and feminism: twenty-first century perspectives[10 December 2015]
The current issue of the AAANZ Journal, edited by Dr Jacqueline Millner (Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney), Dr Georgina Cole (National Art School), and Dr Catriona Moore (University of Sydney), is themed around contemporary art and feminism.
Photography and Place – a new publication by Dr Donna West Brett[10 December 2015]
The Power Institute is delighted to announce department member, Dr Donna West Brett's new book Photography and Place: Seeing and Not Seeing Germany After 1945.
Academics honoured for their contribution to the humanities[1 December 2015]
Annamarie Jagose and Nick Enfield from the School of Letters, Art and Media have been elected as Fellows of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, one of the highest honours of achievement in the humanities in Australia.
Reimagining the Heart of American Literature[1 October 2015]
Professor Paul Giles describes the trajectory of his research into the international interconnections that helped to frame classic American writing, from which he challenges the arbitrariness of institutional arrangements as well as conventional delineations of culture in nationalistic terms
New Power Publication: The Language of Light and Dark[22 September 2015]
A major new account of Australian photography from 1901 to the present.
2016 Power Cité Residency winners announced[22 September 2015]
The Power Institute is delighted to announce the winners of the 2016 Terrence and Lynnette Fern Cité International des Arts Residency Fellowship.