Propaganda need not be spelt out with bold letters and exclamation points; rhetorical choices can function just the same.
One need not look further than USyd’s history of ‘Oriental Studies’ to understand how the University has supported the military industrial complex and reinforced structural racism towards Asian cultures.
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Attempts at designing Sydney’s urban future are falling flat.
Drug prohibition does not stop drug use.
Italy’s recent election has seen a huge turn to the far-right, with Giorgia Meloni likely to become the first female Prime Minister. Students are fighting back, but the influence of a large ageing population vote remains strong.
There is perennial panic about overly ideological teaching in the arts and social sciences, often manifested in specific conservative backlash to otherwise quite innocuous academic theories.
Words matter, but so do actions.
Amid mainland China's crackdowns on Hong Kong democracy in recent years, the city's arts and culture scene provides respite and courage.
With less oversight over how porn is made – as production has shifted away from large companies towards a set of smaller content creators – it is easier for sex workers to be exploited, trafficked, or given unsafe working conditions.