Faculty of Arts in the media

Faculty of Arts in the media

The new Bachelor of Arts, Egyptian mummies unearthed, female breakdancers and dodgy medical devices... see where your colleagues have featured in the media lately.

Professor Martina Möllering, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts was featured in The Australian regarding the revamped arts degree that is intended to better equip humanities graduates with the skills and the confidence to succeed in 21st-century workplaces.

Dr John Langdale from the Department of Security Studies and Criminology contributed the article ‘Crime links to gambling even more worrying in wider region’ to the Sydney Morning Herald.

Dr Katrina Hutchison from the Department of Philosophy contributed the article ‘Why women are more likely to have dodgy hip implants or other medical devices’ to The Conversation and was interviewed on ABC Radio Melbourne Evenings and ABC South East NSW Breakfast regarding why women are disproportionately affected by faulty medical devices.

Associate Professor Ronika Power from the Department of Ancient History was featured on ABC News Breakfast regarding winning a Tall Poppy Science Award.

Professor Catharine Lumby from the Department of Media, Music, Communication and Cultural Studies was interviewed on ABC Radio The World Today about the Women's Rugby World Cup being renamed for gender neutrality.

Associate Professor Tom Hillard from the Department of Ancient History was interviewed on ABC Radio Sydney Nightlife regarding the life of Julius Caesar.

Dr Jonathan Symons from the Department of Modern History, Politics and International Relations was interviewed on Radio National Late Night Live about his new book 'Ecomodernism: Technology, Politics and the Climate Crisis'.

Dr Rebecca Sheehan from the Department of Sociology was featured on Radio National Big Ideas regarding the pushback against women's rights and freedoms by the current wave of populist leaders.

Professor Bates Gill from the Department of Security Studies and Criminology was featured in The Australian regarding Australia needing to step up its capacity to analyse China.

Dr Govand Azeez from the Department of Modern History, Politics and International Relations was interviewed on ABC Radio Nightlife about the life and legacy of Che Guevara.

Dr Daniel Ghezelbash from the Macquarie Law School contributed the article ‘There’s no airport border ‘crisis’, only management failure of the Home Affairs department’ to The Conversation.

Dr Henry Kha from the Macquarie Law School was interviewed on Radio National Rear Vision regarding the history of the Family Law Act and contributed the article 'The family court does need reform, but not the way Pauline Hanson thinks' to The Conversation.

Dr Keith Rathbone from the Department of Modern History, Politics and International Relations contributed the article 'China has form as a sports bully, but its full-court press on the NBA may backfire' to The Conversation.

Dr Anthony Lambert from the Department of Media, Music, Communication and Cultural Studies was interviewed on ABC Radio Sydney Breakfast about the use of gender-neutral language.

Dr Karin Sowada from the Department of Ancient History was featured on Seven News regarding an excavation of 30 mummies in 3000 year old wooden coffins in the Nile River's west bank near Luxor.

Professor Nicholas Smith from the Department of Philosophy contributed the article ‘The ethics of the 4 day work week. It’s not just about the hours’ to The Conversation and was featured on Radio Adelaide Breakfast and The New Daily.

Professor Bronwyn Carlson from the Department of Indigenous Studies was interviewed on ABC Radio AM regarding Indigenous women being harassed and abused online.

Professor Gabrielle Meagher from the Department of Sociology was featured on 7news Online and SBS in relation to a study which found that aged care workers say they don't have enough time to meet older people's emotional and social needs.

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