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16 February 2018

The Obama portraits: what they say to us

From the choice of artists, colour, and backdrops in which the Obama's were set, the artistic world and Twittersphere, have, expectedly, given their critique. But, what is our view of these presidential masterpieces?
15 February 2018

Meet 7 superwomen of arts and social sciences

International Women's Day is a day that celebrates the social, economic, educational, cultural and political achievements of women all around the world.
12 February 2018

New funding sees researchers collaborate with top international universities

New research funding will see 7 academics and PhD students from the School of Literature, Art and Media work with colleagues at top universities in Asia, Britain and the United States.
08 February 2018

The rise of true crime and criminology

Associate Professor Rebecca Scott Bray discusses the explosion of the true crime genre and the important questions it raises about crime, victims, criminal justice, and new media in contemporary society.
02 February 2018

Centre for International Security Studies among the world’s best research centres

The Centre for International Security Studies (CISS) is ranked second in Australia and 34 in the world for best university-affiliated research centres, according to the 2017 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report.