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History plays an increasingly important legitimising role in China, Senior Lecturer Louisa Lim writes.
The Little Red podcast has won News and Current Affairs podcast of the year at the 2018 Australian Podcast awards.
Senior Lecturer Louisa Lim writes in Index on Censorship that new laws in China would make her book on Tiananmen Square impossible to research today.
Produced and hosted by Senior Lecturer Louisa Lim, the Little Red Podcast is a deep-dive on China issues. The podcast is a finalist in the News and Current Affairs category at the 2018 Australian Podcast Awards.
Walter V. Robinson, leader of the Spotlight team at the Boston Globe, will give this year's A.N. Smith Lecture in Journalism. Robinson led the team during the investigation into the Catholic Church's coverup of sexual abuse.
What was once called gentrification now underwrites the ‘greenification’ of Melbourne’s north, with profound implications in several key seats.
The enduring Melbourne trio have been on 14 international tours, but are yet to be invited to support an act on their home turf. Charlotte Grieve checks in with Rudely Interrupted.
Journalism students reporting for The Citizen will partner with editors and reporters at the Guardian Australia under an innovative, in-depth reporting project funded by philanthropic donors.