Since the 2019 retirement of Professor Robert Dixon, the Chair in Australian Literature at the University of Sydney has been…
This article is dedicated to the millions of lives Kissinger destroyed and the hope that someday soon Australia will again stand on its own and for a worldview that looks beyond stability.
Israel has made Gaza a living hell. Palestinians are enduring a non-stop bombardment — Israel is using white phosphorus on…
Being averse to first person writing is not just a silly thing that I have a personal gripe with; it informs how academics, students, and the public engage with academia.
The dramatic irony of it all: nobody asks Israel to condemn themselves, not even when they coerce Palestinian children into signing confessions in a language they do not speak nor understand, confessing to crimes they did not commit.
The argument that the Voice is “divisive” is a mashup of two separate, but equally incorrect, claims.
I couldn’t ruin his life, even though he ruined so many aspects of mine, for the fear that I’d be accused of giving a false accusation.
Our surnames give us recognition within a community, similarity with our siblings, and a connection to our sense of self.
Can we really claim the achievement of gender equality through the championing of women’s successes, if we selectively cherry-pick which ones are worthy enough to celebrate?
Students face the daunting reality of entering the workforce with historic, ever-increasing levels of personal debt amid stagnant wages.