Paul Giles discussed Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby with Rod Quinn on the ABC radio programme “Overnights” on Saturday 18th May.
A reminder about tomorrows lecture Clothing the Word: Filippo Lippi, Donatello and Bellini by Paul Hills. This is a free event from 6.30-8.00pm in the Law School Lecture Theatre 101, and registration can be made online via the University events calendar here.
The Power institute is now calling for applications for 2014 Power Studio residencies at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris.
Mark Byron is part of a global team of scholars that has been awarded a large grant by the National Endowment for the Humanities to establish Modnets, a digital initiative in Modernist studies.
The Power is proud to announce the publication of The Orientation of Future Cinema by Departmental colleague Bruce Isaacs.
Former Film Studies student Haifaa Al Mansour has had incredible success as Saudi Arabia's first female filmmaker, with her film Wadjda premiering at the Venice Film Festival last September. You can read more about her success and the process of creating her film here.
The Power is proud to announce it will be contributing to the 19th International Symosium on Electronic Art (ISEA), to be held in Sydney in June 2013.
Wiley-Blackwell, Polity Press and the Department of Media and Communications
cordially invites you to attend a seminar to celebrate the launch of
Objectivity in Journalism
By Steven Maras
To be Launched by Peter Fray, Adjunct Professor in Media and Communications and the Institute of Democracy and Human Rights, University of Sydney
Folger Shakespeare Library Fellowship Awarded[17 April 2013]
Huw Griffiths has been awarded a Fellowship at the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Kate Lilley’s Ladylike Shortlisted for Major Literary Prize[17 April 2013]
Kate Lilley's second volume of poetry, Ladylike, has been shortlisted for the Kenneth Slessor Prize for Poetry in the 2013 NSW Premier's Literary Awards
Media alumnae launch new global magazine [8 April 2013]
Despite dwindling circulation figures plaguing the magazine industry worldwide, two resourceful Media and Communications (MECO) alumnae are seizing an opportunity where others see pessimism.