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Tony Harris 1948-2013, Rowan Cahill Jan 2013

Tony Harris 1948-2013, Rowan Cahill

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers

Tony Harris was adept and multi-skilled. During his lifetime he was variously a public servant, teacher, academic, historian, journalist/editor. His teaching work also varied, and over time he taught in the secondary school, the Technical and Further Education (TAFE), and university systems.


Election 2013 Issues: How We Make Our Money, Gregory Melleuish Jan 2013

Election 2013 Issues: How We Make Our Money, Gregory Melleuish

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers

Welcome to the The Conversation’s Election 2013 State of the Nation essays. These articles by leading experts in their field provide an in-depth look at the key policy challenges affecting Australia as the nation heads to the polls. Today, we examine the economy – from the drop-off in mining revenue to the future challenges of supporting baby boomers into old age.

In the well-known biblical story, Joseph correctly interprets Pharaoh’s dreams, foreseeing that seven years of abundance will be followed by seven years of dearth, and plans accordingly. While the people of the ancient world had the wisdom to ...


Submission To The Strategic Policy Division, Department Of Defence, On The Development Of The 2013 Defence White Paper, Christopher Rahman Jan 2013

Submission To The Strategic Policy Division, Department Of Defence, On The Development Of The 2013 Defence White Paper, Christopher Rahman

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers

This submission on the development of the 2013 Defence White Paper addresses briefly four aspects:

1. The structure and content of the White Paper itself

2. Australia’s strategic environment

3. Australia’s military strategy

4. Force structure


Out Of The Big Smoke: Crime Fiction In 2013, Sue Turnbull Jan 2013

Out Of The Big Smoke: Crime Fiction In 2013, Sue Turnbull

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers

Oddly enough and against trend – all those Scandinavian crime novels bobbing up in translation – I spent most of the year travelling Australia in crime fiction.

From East (Peter Cotton’s Canberra in Dead Cat Bounce) to West (Alan Carter’s Perth in Getting Warmer) with many intriguing side trips in between; a trip to Thailand with Angela Savage (The Dying Beach), and a retreat to rural South East New South Wales with Stuart Littlemore (Harry Curry: Rats and Mice).

Reviewing the route taken simply confirms my suspicion that Australian crime fiction has become emphatically “regional”. The city is no longer ...