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    Book Review: Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia edited by Anita Heiss

Book Review: Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia edited by Anita Heiss

With the edited collection Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia, Anita Heiss brings together a range of multivocal, heterogeneous and […]

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    Book Review: Grappling with the Bomb: Britain’s Pacific H-Bomb Tests by Nic Maclellan

Book Review: Grappling with the Bomb: Britain’s Pacific H-Bomb Tests by Nic Maclellan

In Grappling with the Bomb: Britain’s Pacific H-Bomb Tests, Nic Maclellan gathers together oral history and archival materials to bring forth […]

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    Author Interview: Q&A with Sharon Crozier-De Rosa on her book, Shame and the Anti-Feminist Backlash: Britain, Ireland and Australia, 1890-1920

Author Interview: Q&A with Sharon Crozier-De Rosa on her book, Shame and the Anti-Feminist Backlash: Britain, Ireland and Australia, 1890-1920

In this author interview, we speak to Sharon Crozier-De Rosa about her new book, Shame and the Anti-Feminist Backlash: […]

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    Book Review: Meta-Regulation in Practice: Beyond Normative Views of Morality and Rationality by F.C. Simon

Book Review: Meta-Regulation in Practice: Beyond Normative Views of Morality and Rationality by F.C. Simon

In Meta-Regulation in Practice: Beyond Normative Views of Morality and Rationality, F.C. Simon offers a critique of the theory of […]

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    Book Review: The Toxic University: Zombie Leadership, Academic Rock Stars and Neoliberal Ideology by John Smyth

Book Review: The Toxic University: Zombie Leadership, Academic Rock Stars and Neoliberal Ideology by John Smyth

In The Toxic University: Zombie Leadership, Academic Rock Stars and Neoliberal Ideology, John Smyth offers a critical reading of the pathological […]

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    Reading List: 8 Books on Indigenous Research Methods recommended by Helen Kara

Reading List: 8 Books on Indigenous Research Methods recommended by Helen Kara

Image Credit: Indigenous Graduate Reception, February 2017, University of the Fraser Valley (University of the Fraser Valley CC BY […]

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    Book Review: Close Calls: Managing Risk and Resilience in Airline Flight Safety by Carl Macrae

Book Review: Close Calls: Managing Risk and Resilience in Airline Flight Safety by Carl Macrae

In Close Calls: Managing Risk and Resilience in Airline Flight Safety, Carl Macrae offers a new study of organisational […]

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    Book Review: Before and After Gender: Sexual Mythologies of Everyday Life by Marilyn Strathern

Book Review: Before and After Gender: Sexual Mythologies of Everyday Life by Marilyn Strathern

Written in the early 1970s by renowned anthropologist Marilyn Strathern, the manuscript for Before and After Gender: Sexual Mythologies […]

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    Reading List: 7 Must-Read Books about Art Ahead of the Turner Prize 2016

Reading List: 7 Must-Read Books about Art Ahead of the Turner Prize 2016

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Tonight, the evening of Monday 5 December 2016, sees the announcement […]

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    The Materiality of Research: Sinking into the Sand: Explorations of the Coast in Sociology by Nick Osbaldiston

The Materiality of Research: Sinking into the Sand: Explorations of the Coast in Sociology by Nick Osbaldiston

In this feature essay, Nick Osbaldiston proposes the notion of a sociology of the coast, linking pre-modern divisions between […]

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    Book Review: Remote Avant-Garde: Aboriginal Art Under Occupation by Jennifer Loureide Biddle

Book Review: Remote Avant-Garde: Aboriginal Art Under Occupation by Jennifer Loureide Biddle

In Remote Avant-Garde: Aboriginal Art Under Occupation, Jennifer Loureide Biddle focuses on the emergence of an avant-garde Indigenous aesthetics […]

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    Book Review: A Few Hares to Chase: The Economic Life and Times of Bill Phillips by Alan Bollard

Book Review: A Few Hares to Chase: The Economic Life and Times of Bill Phillips by Alan Bollard

LSE economist and inventor Bill Phillips became world famous for The Phillips Curve. Yet, as A Few Hares to […]

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    Book Review: Today We Drop Bombs, Tomorrow We Build Bridges: How Foreign Aid Became a Casualty of War by Peter Gill

Book Review: Today We Drop Bombs, Tomorrow We Build Bridges: How Foreign Aid Became a Casualty of War by Peter Gill

In Today We Drop Bombs, Tomorrow We Build Bridges: How Foreign Aid Became a Casualty of War, Peter Gill […]

Book Review: Free Speech after 9/11 by Katharine Gelber

In Free Speech After 9/11, Katharine Gelber compares three liberal democracies – the United States, the United Kingdom and […]

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    Book Review: Asia’s New Battlefield: The US, China and the Struggle for the Western Pacific by Richard Javad Heydarian

Book Review: Asia’s New Battlefield: The US, China and the Struggle for the Western Pacific by Richard Javad Heydarian

In Asia’s New Battlefield: The US, China and the Struggle for the Western Pacific, Richard Javad Heydarian addresses how […]

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