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16
Oct
2023

Marking Country Map Launched at the New Australian Embassy in Washington DC

Ambassador of Australia to the United States, Kevin Rudd AC hosted ANU Professors Ann McGrath and Jackie Huggins AM FAHA to launch the Marking Country map on 4 October 2023. This was the first launch event of its kind held in the new Australian Embassy building in Washington DC. The interactive…

16
Oct
2023

If there is to be any healing after the Voice referendum, it will be a long journey

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article by Professor Frank Bongiorno from the ANU School of History here. The result of the Voice referendum on Saturday was unexceptional if considered in light of the constitutional history of…

12
Oct
2023

What can we learn from Latin America about an Indigenous Voice?

By Noel Campbell, Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies. Originally published by ANU Reporter here.   This week, Australians will have their say in a historic referendum on an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament. But Australia isn’t the only nation to…

10
Oct
2023

Nine talented artists awarded prestigious Creative Australia Fellowship

Creative Australia has announced this year’s recipients of the prestigious 2023 Creative Australia Fellowships valued at $80,000 over two years. Open to established artists, the Fellowships support creativity and professional development. Amongst this years’ nine Fellowship recipients…

10
Oct
2023

Why did Hamas attack, and why now? What does it hope to gain?

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article by Research Scholar Ian Parmeter, Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies, Australian National University here. In hindsight, the drivers of Hamas’s startlingly well-planned, land-sea-air…

05
Oct
2023

ANU Student Wins Prestigious Eloquence Art Prize

Poppy Thomson, an Honours student in Art History and Curatorial Studies at the Australian National University (ANU) has won the Eloquence Art Prize, held at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA). Competing against four other finalists from the National Art School (Sydney), the University of…

29
Sep
2023

‘You’re constantly worrying’: pregnant women, bushfire smoke and the impossibility of safety

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article by Professor Mary Lou Rasmussen (School of Sociology, ANU), Professor Celia Roberts (School of Sociology, ANU), Professor Lousia Allen (Faculty of Education and Social…