• Cutting through the noise

    31 March 2018
    In this era of ‘alternative facts’ and ‘fake news’, political scientist Professor Katharine Gelber is working to inform public debate and policymaking with research and evidence that should, importantly, fill in the gaps and gaping voids that sound bites and headlines are unable to fill.
  • Women and Power

    21 March 2018
    So much has progressed in the battle for equity, but so much needs to be done. Professor Megan Cassidy-Welch explains how a research network of humanities scholars is set to grapple with the topic of women and power.
  • Ability tackles truancy

    31 May 2018
    By bringing communities, schools and law enforcement together, Professor Lorraine Mazerolle’s new approach to tackling truancy is exciting law enforcement bodies in Australia and internationally.
  • Ever wondered where economics came from?

    31 May 2018
    Podcast series
    Dr Ryan Walter from the School of Political Science and International Studies examines key texts in the process by which economics attempted to break away from its origins in moral and political thought.


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