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Archie Roach: the great Songman, Tender and Humble, who gave our People a Voice

Bhiamie Williamson, Australian National University. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains names and images of deceased people. Archie Roach’s family have given permission for his name and image to be shared. I am not sure… Continue Reading →

The literary life of Frank Moorhouse, a giant of Australian letters

Julieanne Lamond, Australian National University. Frank Moorhouse, who died in Sydney last Sunday, made a significant and multi-faceted contribution to Australia’s literary life. He was born in 1938 in Nowra, which he described as “a small Australian country town (two… Continue Reading →

Wild animals are evolving faster than anybody thought

Timothée Bonnet, Australian National University. How fast is evolution? In adaptive evolution, natural selection causes genetic changes in traits that favour the survival and reproduction of individual organisms. Although Charles Darwin thought the process occurred over geological timescales, we have… Continue Reading →

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