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Professor Rossi Braidotti will be visiting Australia to present this year’s Thinking Out Loud lecture series presented by the Philosophy Research Initiative at Western Sydney University’s School of Humanities and Communication Arts.
For the past 40 years, Professor Li has been translating Australian literature for Chinese audiences. This month his ten-volume translation of Australian literature will be launched.
Many women expect to experience the effects of hormonal changes during menopause and many anticipate increased irritability and mood swings. But mood swings that are an annoyance for some, can develop into something more serious for others.
The Handmaid’s Tale – the critically-acclaimed drama series based on the dystopian novel by Margaret Atwood - was one of the most watched programs of 2017, enthralling fans around the world.
Recent changes to planning legislation in New South Wales make community participation plans a mandatory part of the process, in an effort to put consultation at the centre of urban planning.
Thirty lifejackets floating on an invisible ocean; a colonially-dressed monkey conducting an orchestra; and a giant discarded sock. These are just some of the weird and wonderful sculptures that will feature in the 2018 Sculpture Prize and Exhibition.