Friday essay: this grandmother tree connects me to Country. I cried when I saw her burned
Indigenous kinship networks link each plant to the next and connect us to Country. Honouring this way of being and engaging in fair collaboration might give power to our heartbreak.
Small histories: a road trip reveals local museums stuck in a rut
Berry, and other tourist towns, are out of step with modern museum curation which is trying to include Aboriginal communities and their stories
Vice-Chancellor featured in CEO Magazine
Executive interview chronicles UOW’s growth, achievements and bright future
Digital history of Sydney’s Mardi Gras shortlisted for prestigious award
UOW researcher Dr Scott McKinnon among team recognised for fascinating ABC program
As question time becomes political theatre, does it still play a vital role in government?
Question time provides MPs with a chance to show off their wit, but has it lost its bigger purpose?
How Maggie is embracing her love of learning
History and sociology student thrilled to be studying her first degree at 76