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Alison Croggon cuts to the heart of the Australian funding cuts to the arts in her excellent article on The Monthly blog.

As an example of what an artist freed from funding constraints can aspire to, have a look at… 43 more words

Associate Professor Dr Fiona Kelly in The Monthly

We warmly congratulate La Trobe Law School’s Associate Professor Dr Fiona Kelly who was featured in The Monthly in May 2016.

The Monthly Essay entitled… 189 more words

Law

Home Truths

Terrific essay in The Monthly from July 2009 by Kate Jennings, in which she revisits Wake In Fright forty years on and recalls her own upbringing in the Bush.

Read it HERE

Movies

Hola Sunshines!

It’s December! I can’t believe how quickly the year has passed. Less than a month is left until we will enter 2016. I still find it hard to absorb it all. 240 more words

Personal

Short Memory

Too Many Pills is the most recent Monthly article from doctor & writer, Karen Hitchcock. In it Hitchcock preaches the gospel of evidence-based medicine, demonises ‘alternative medicine’, and highlights the importance of psychological and lifestyle interventions. 956 more words

Research

Dr Karen Hitchock in conversation with David Leser

Are we so afraid of our mortality that we fear the elderly and construct a mythological suffering around them?

Dr Karen Hitchcock is a consultant physician at Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital. 564 more words

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