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Critical Matters: Book Reviewing Now

Critical Matters: Book Reviewing Now is a one-day symposium, which will be held on Thursday 9 April 2015. The first of its kind ever held in Australia, this symposium brings together over 30 book reviewers, editors and academics to discuss the state of literary criticism in the public sphere today. For more information on the symposium…

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News from SADIRN member and author Chris Raja

In November, SADIRN Member and author Christopher Raja has two sessions at Jaipur Literary Festival in Adelaide: “Each Other’s Stories” November  9-11, 2018 https://jaipurliteraturefestival.org/adelaide/program On November 10, “Australia: Dreaming a Natiuon”, a panel with Chris Raja , Anna Funder, Greg Sheridan and Wendy Were, in conversation with John Zubrzycki. Saturday – 10:45 am-11:45 am. Space…

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Race and Diversity in Japanese Studies Symposium Program Now Live

        Dates: 19 – 20 October 2018 (Friday – Saturday) Venue: The Japanese Studies Centre, Monash University (Clayton Campus Map) The Japanese Studies Centre is hosting a postgraduate symposium to be held at Monash University. This symposium centres on the theme of ‘Race and Diversity in Japan and Japanese Studies’—a theme that reflects…

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National Day of Action for Refugees

The Border Crossing Observatory is excited to announce its involvement with Academics for Refugees on their National Day of Action. This is an initiative to stand up for the human rights of refugees. Join us on the Wednesday the 17th of October to call for the closure of offshore detention, for the change of policy…

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Co-editor Associate Professor Johan Lidberg celebrates book launch of In the Name of Security

Monash University’s acting head of journalism Associate Professor Johan Lidberg and his co-editor Dr Dennis Muller celebrated the launch of their book, In the Name of Security – Secrecy, Surveillance and Journalism, at the Monash Arts event, Creative Directions, on October 4. Monash School of Media, Film and Journalism’s Professor Mark Andrejevic launched the book at the…

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