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Meet Nelson Deng: Transforming the Narrative
Nelson Kur Deng has an antidote to the mainstream media’s vilification of African-Australian communities: positive stories
How Soviet Tank Shook up the Australian Left
The Soviet crackdown on the ‘Prague Spring’ in August 1968 created a dilemma for Australian communists just as wider protest movements were energising the left. A new archive of personal papers provides a unique insight into the upheaval
Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Go to MoMA at NGV
Some of the greatest artworks of the 20th and 21st centuries have taken up (temporary) residence in Melbourne; Art History expert Dr Anthony White give you his guide to ten of the best
Battle of the Kursk: 75 Years On
The human and material toll of the world’s largest tank battle was horrendous as the Wehrmacht’s tactical edge was overwhelmed by superior means of destruction, writes Hansen Chair of History, Professor Mark Edele
Sarah Churchwell on Being Human
Professor Sarah Churchwell is the Being Human Festival Director and the Chair in the Public Understanding of the Humanities in the School of Advanced Study at the University of London.
Student Lily Bennion Reflects on Ngarrangarrni Gija Art and Culture in Warmun
Lily Bennion is a current Master of Cultural Materials Conservation student. In her own words, she reflects on her experience undertaking both an internship and the intensive subject...
Alumni Council Elections: Nominate Now!
The Alumni Council advises on resource development, programs and benefits for alumni and students. All alumni are eligible to nominate candidates and vote.