Astha Rajvanshi talks culture, gender, and politics with Mehreen Faruqi.
Sean O’Grady profiles USYD alumnus and dramaturge Kip Williams
Hannah Ryan hopes all the facts in this article about a New Yorker editor are correct.
When David Leyonhjelm ran in John Howard’s seat of Bennelong in 2007 he won just 89 of the 92 700 votes cast in the seat. Expressed as a percentage, around 0.1%, it’s startlingly close to zero. Just six years later he is set to take a NSW Senate seat and his party will receive well…
Hannah Ryan interviewed Ray, but not Shoshanna
Benedict Brunker looks at the intersection of secular academia and Christian apologetics as envisioned by the Evangelical Union and by William Lane Craig
Max Weber interviewed Victor Waterson – the Australia First Party candidate for Bennelong
The clergy is more than old white guys in robes and funny collars. Bronwyn Cowell spoke with a woman who isn’t your typical minister-in-training
Andrej Trbojevic asks Antony Loewenstein about vulture capitalism and his new book
Georgia Behrens discusses prison, politics and religion with a prominent Iranian academic and dissident