30 June 2023

PhD students shine new light on Australian migrant history

Eva Boleti and Samuel He are part of a quest to help rethink Australia in many languages – one historical source at a time. By uncovering Greek and Chinese migrant stories, they contribute to an ambitious project to rewrite perceptions of Australia’s historical narrative.
27 June 2023

Pioneering Change in Political Economy

Driven by the search for universal frameworks of analysis, and effective methods for achieving social justice, Alison Pennington has devoted her career to challenging prevailing economic narratives and advocating for a fairer future.
26 June 2023

China's Anxious Frontier: Fieldworkers on China's Borders in the Early Twentieth Century

Dr Andres Rodriguez from the Discipline of History reveals that mapping China’s territorial borders has a complex history going back generations.
26 June 2023

Addressing the concerns social media impose on young people

Researchers in Media and Communications launched a co-designed social media campaign in which young people voice their concerns about social media and online games.
21 June 2023

Global Voices Scholar represents at UN Commission on the Status of Women

We recently caught up with the 2023 Global Voices scholarship recipient, Sabina Patawaran, who attended the 67th Commission on the Status of Women (CSW67), the United Nation’s largest annual gathering on gender equality and women’s empowerment.
19 June 2023

Forging artistic placement partnerships

A Master of Cultural Studies student brings innovative ideas and refined research skills to enrich captivating exhibitions at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.
06 June 2023

Celebrating 70 years of cinema: the Sydney Film Festival’s enduring legacy

In its 70th year in 2023, the Sydney Film Festival reflects on its remarkable journey, and it may come as a surprise to many that its origins can be traced back to the University of Sydney.