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Welcome to our new Dean, Professor Susan Dodds Article - Posted on 4 April 2016

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences welcomes esteemed philosopher and bioethicist, Professor Susan Dodds, to the role of Dean.

Revolutionary road: A new, in-depth look at ideology of Bhagat Singh, Azad In The Media - Posted on 3 April 2016

Associate Professor Kama Maclean speaks to Firstpost.com about her new book A Revolutionary History of Interwar India (Penguin) in which she examines the ambitions, ideologies and actions of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Army (HSRA), formed by Azad and Bhagat Singh. 

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences Welcomes New Dean Article - Posted on 14 March 2016

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences is preparing to welcome Professor Susan Dodds as the new Dean of the Faculty. A leading researcher in moral psychology, ethics and political philosophy, Professor Dodds will take up her appointment in early April.

Leading Universities Partner to Tackle Global Challenges: PLuS Alliance Article - Posted on 10 February 2016

The presidents of UNSW, King’s College London and Arizona State University have told the launch of the PLuS Alliance in London that universities have a responsibility to work together to help solve global challenges.

UNSW, King’s College London and Arizona State University announce global alliance Article - Posted on 4 February 2016

The PLuS Alliance brings together three leading universities to help find research-led solutions to global challenges and expand access to world-class learning.

UNSW Arts and Humanities Soar in Latest World Rankings Article - Posted on 17 September 2015

UNSW Arts and Humanities jumps 10 places in latest rankings.

Welcome to our New Interim Dean, Professor Eileen Baldry Article - Posted on 8 July 2015

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences welcomes Professor Eileen Baldry to the role of Interim Dean. An esteemed researcher in the areas of Criminology, Social Policy and Social Work, Eileen was recently named one of UNSW’s 15 top-performing female researchers.

Smarter Engagement with Asia Opinion - Posted on 9 June 2015

Actively engaging diasporas and tapping into their latent Asia literacy is central to breaking Australia's vicious cycle of monolingualism, write Kirrilee Hughes and Kent Anderson.

Dean's Research Awards 2015 Article - Posted on 21 May 2015

Research excellence was celebrated at this year's UNSW Arts & Social Sciences Dean's Research Awards.

German Experience in Australia During WW1 Damaged Road to Multiculturalism Opinion - Posted on 23 April 2015

By the end of WWI the once proud and highly visible German–Australian community had disintegrated, with repercussions that lasted decades, writes Gerhard Fischer.