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Reimagining NSW: going beyond ‘wilderness’ and finding fresh ways to relate to our environment In The Media - Posted on 4 August 2016

Matthew Kearns co-authored this piece that is part of a series published on ‘reimagining New South Wales’.

A day in the life of... Valerie Combe-Germes, French Studies Convener In The Media - Posted on 13 July 2016

Learning Environments spend a day with Valerie Combe-Germes. 

UNSW German-Australian Chamber's Goethe Prize for the best performance in German Studies In The Media - Posted on 11 July 2016

Bronte Richardsonwas awarded German Studies prize.

Dr Eben Kirksey interviewed on his new book Emergent Ecologies In The Media - Posted on 26 May 2016

Dr Eben Kirskey of Environmental Humanities was interviewed by The New Books Network. Listen to the podcast here. 

A fresh perspective In The Media - Posted on 7 April 2016

The Statesman speaks to Kama Maclean abut her new book A Revolutionary History of Interwar India: Violence, Image, Voice and Text which has recently been released in India. The book focusses on the Hindustan Socialist Republican Army (HSRA) and delivers a fresh perspective on the ambitions, ideologies and practices of this influential organisation, formed by Chandrashekhar Azad and Bhagat Singh and inspired by transnational anti-imperial dissent.

Was 'The Father of Australia" , Lachlan Macquarie, complicit in a mass murder? In The Media - Posted on 7 April 2016

Associate Professor Grace Karskens speaks to ABC Radio National about whether Macquarie tried to cover up an 1816 massacre of 14 aboriginal men, women and children at Appin, south of Sydney, by soldiers acting on his orders to "strike terror" into the indigenous population.

It wasn't Gandhi who failed Bhagat Singh In The Media - Posted on 3 April 2016

Read an excerpt from Associate Professor Kama Maclean's new book A Revolutionary History of Interwar India: Violence, Image, Voice and Text as featured in the Daily O.

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. 

Conference at UNSW explores what ancient philosophies recommend for a good life In The Media - Posted on 15 January 2016

Don't be afraid to make mistakes, for starters. Pursue a life of long-term meaning. Acknowledge your emotions. These are among the concepts being explored at a conference starting on Friday at the University of NSW.

Public participation in science and technology: why the failure to launch? In The Media - Posted on 6 January 2016

Matthew Kearnes and Jason Chilvers explore new ways to enhance public engagement with science and democracy.