“In a post-Voice and climate-changing ‘Australia’ built upon the injustices of settler colonialism, white supremacy and capitalism, our generation must now reckon with everything our ‘National Museums’ stand for.”
Reflecting on history is no new tool pulled from the shed. I find that when we do pull it out,…
Place and history are intimately intertwined. Without an understanding of place, history becomes a fuzzy abstract.
Farrago is the University of Melbourne’s student magazine, founded in 1925 by two students, Randal Haymanson and Brian Fitzpatrick.
Winter was coming, nay, it had arrived, and you could hear me from a mile away, clippity-clopping my way up and down the steps of the Social Sciences Building feeling like I was on top of the world.
Parramatta Road and its secrets remind us that, when we look beyond the stained windows of our morning 413 or past the grittiness of the road’s concrete skin, a hidden world where past and present coalesce is all around us.
The prevailing history of the vibrator is shrouded in night-time mystery and buried deep beneath duvets.
How are our digital lives saved for the future?
The USyd Philosophy Department has a fascinating past.
Throughout its history, jazz has undergone several tribulations to attain the beauty that it embodies today.