Highlights in the media

Highlights in the media

Highlights in the media

Here are a few recent highlights from Faculty of Arts in the media.

Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley from the Centre for Media History contributed the article ‘#NineFairfax deal end of an era for Australia’s media titans’ to The Conversation and Mumbrella, and was interviewed on 2SER.

Professor Neil Levy from the Department of Philosophy was interviewed on Radio National Counterpoint about the ethics of beef production.

Associate Professor Amanda Wise from the Department of Sociology featured on SBS The Feed regarding informal sport spaces.

Associate Professor Robert Sinnerbrink from the Department of Philosophy was interviewed on 2SER The Daily about people’s use of social media while travelling.

Associate Professor Boyo Ockinga from the Department of Ancient History was interviewed on ABC Radio Brisbane Nightlife about the discovery of the Rosetta Stone.

Dr Tom Murray from the Department of Media, Music, Communication and Cultural Studies contributed the article ‘From dragons to dreaming serpents: tracing the cultural history of the monstrous Lambton Worm’ to The Conversation and featured on Radio National The History Listen.

Dr Catherine Farther from the Department of Media, Music, Communication and Cultural Studies featured in Education Today in relation to the Macquarie University Dr Egg Digital partnership with the Garvan Institute.

Daniel Ghezelbash from the Macquarie Law School contributed the article ‘There’s a workable alternative to Australia’s asylum policy’ to The Guardian.

Paul Maluga from the Macquarie Law School contributed the article ‘HealthEngine may be in breach of privacy law in sharing patient data’ to The Conversation.

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