Dialogue

1998: Dialogue Volume 17 – Number 3

About the Academy President’s column – Fay Gale Vice President’s note – Ian Castles ‘The importance of absolute accuracy’. Anthropology and Native Title – Mary Edmunds The Agreement on Native Title compared with the Ten Point Plan – National Indigenous Working Group on Native Title Ethical Australian archaeology – Graeme K Ward The National Museum […]

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2012: Dialogue Volume 31 – Number 1

President’s report—Barry McGaw Retain? Sustain? Disdain? Some natural resource challenges Australian population and immigration policy: an opportunity—Graeme Hugo A sustainable energy future for Australia—Mark Diesendorf Vision 2040: a future for mining and Australia—Damien Giurco Natural resource exploitation and regional development: a view from the West—Matthew Tonts and Paul Plummer Environmentalism and science: inextricably linked or […]

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2011: Dialogue Volume 30 – Number 2

President’s report—Barry McGaw Dialogue note—Catherine Armitage Questions on the future of ERA—Linda Butler A healthy society – How to get it? How to keep it? Designing the health system for the 21st century—Jane Hall Mental health care reform: more, please—Alan Rosen Directions for ageing well in a healthy Australia—Hal Kendig and Colette Browning Landmark moment […]

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2011: Dialogue Volume 30 – Number 1

President’s report—Barry McGaw Dialogue note—Meredith Edwards, Murray Goot, Stuart Macintyre and Simon Marginson Challenges for the social sciences in Australia Measuring excellence in Australian research—Andrew Wells The poor relation—Stuart Macintyre Higher education and global public goods—Simon Marginson Families and the Global Financial Crisis Social sciences and the study of family fortunes in the Global Financial […]

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2010: Dialogue Volume 29 – Number 2

President’s report—Barry McGaw The price of fear Life as a weapon: Making sense of suicide bombings—Riaz Hassan Fear, asylum, and Hansonism in Australian politics—William Maley Alien fears: Politics and immigration control—Mary Crock ‘Preposterous caricatures’: Fear, tokenism, denial and the Australia-Indonesia relationship—Tim Lindsey Fear: Crime and punishment—Chris Cunneen AIDS and religion: ‘This wave of hate must […]

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2009: Dialogue Volume 28 – Number 2

President’s report—Barry McGaw The Heartland: Voices from Central Australia – Part 1 Editorial—Peg Job From desert syndrome to desert system: Developing a science of desert living—Mark Stafford Smith and John Huigen Investing in the outback: A framework for Indigenous development within Australia—Bruce W Walker, Doug J Porter, Mark Stafford Smith Caring for country: Hayes Springs, […]

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2008: Dialogue Volume 27 – Number 2

President’s report—Stuart Macintyre A religious society? Belief and disbelief in Australia—James Jupp The apology, the secular and the theologico-political—Michael Fagenblat ‘May we each be faithful to the light that we have already gained’: Some perspectives on modern theosophy—Jill Roe Religion and social cohesion—Gary D Bouma and Rod Ling Metaphysics: A once and future discourse—Freya Mathews […]

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2008: Dialogue Volume 27 – Number 3

President’s report—Stuart Macintyre The gender balance; or, whatever happened to feminism? Disappearing tricks—Marian Sawer Poisons and antidotes: Historicising feminism and equality in an age of rights competition—Ann Genovese The sexual revolution as big flop: Women’s liberation lesson one—Susan Magarey Feminism in the hearts and minds and words of men: Revisiting men’s cultural remembrance of Australian […]

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2010: Dialogue Volume 29 – Number 1

President’s report—Barry McGaw The heartland: Voices from Central Australia Part 2 From beast of burden to symbol of the desert/feral Animal: The metamorphoses of the camel in central Australia—Petronella Vaarzon-Morel and Glenn Edwards Living to work, or working to live: Intercultural understandings of livelihoods—Jocelyn Davies and Yiheyis Maru The viability of ‘hub’ settlements—Mark Moran The […]

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2009: Dialogue Volume 28 – Number 1

President’s report—Stuart Macintyre ‘Australia’s’ oceans? The oceans around us: borders and sustenance—Charlotte Epstein The Blue Mud Bay case: refractions through saltwater country—Frances Morphy and Howard Morphy Regulating fishing in Australia: from mullet size limits to international hot pursuits—Warwick Gullett State, market and community: managing Australia’s fisheries—Marcus Haward Conflict between international treaties: failing to mitigate the […]

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2008: Dialogue Volume 27 – Number 1

President’s report—Stuart Macintyre Universities – Where to now? Conditions for an education revolution—Simon Marginson Casualisation of academic work: Industrial justice and quality education—Tony Brown, James Goodman and Keiko Yasukawa Values, research and industrial relations policy: Recent controversies and implications for the future—John Buchanan Serving society – a ‘new role’ for Universities?—Carolyn Allport Mr Howard and […]

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2007: Dialogue Volume 26 – Number 3

President’s report—Stuart Macintyre Financial futures: A touch of inequity? Economic inequality, insecurity and financial futures—Kirrily Jordan and Frank Stilwell Increasing household financial risk – An increasing social risk?—Kevin Davis Superannuation taxation: Less equitable, less functional—Gordon Mackenzie Financing our futures – How privatisating retirement discriminates against women—Eva Cox The Northern Terrritory ‘Intervention’ Crisis exploitation: Reflections on […]

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2007: Dialogue Volume 26 – Number 2

President’s report—Stuart Macintyre (Some of) our national institutions The Australian Institute of Sport—Shane Collins and Mick Green Representing the nation: The National Museum of Australia—Mathew Trinca Do we need a National Library?—Veronica Brady In the ‘street of the historians’: Practising history at the Australian War Memorial—Peter Stanley Beyond the paper-trail: National Archives in the digital […]

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2007: Dialogue Volume 26 – Number 1

President’s report—Stuart Macintyre The arts in society Arts policy and social science: Contradictions in terms?—Glenn Withers What’s new in the economics of arts and culture?—Jason Potts The creative economy: Patterning the future—Stuart Cunningham A role for the arts in creating community—Martin Mulligan The necessity of art—Deborah Mills Bouncing in the Bozarts—Jackie French Improving treatment and […]

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2006: Dialogue Volume 25 – Number 3

President’s Report – Sue Richardson ‘We Live in Interesting Times’ Security and Democracy – A Fifty-Year Retrospective. Don Aitkin Terrorism as the Politics of Dashed Expectations. David Wright-Neville Justice, Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism. C A J Coady Race, Fear and National Identity. Peter Gale Diversity, Trust and Distribution. Andrew Leigh Primates and the Evolution of the […]

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2006: Dialogue Volume 25 – Number 2

President’s Report – Sue Richardson Remote Aboriginal Australia and the banishment of culture. Bob Tonkinson Urban change. Fay Gale Lessons from the Americas Neo-feudalisation and the rhetoric of development in Latin America. Jeff Browitt Nationalism and regionalism in a semi-globalised world: lessons from Latin America. Peter Ross Border crossings: radical, worker and union transnationalisms in […]

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2006: Dialogue Volume 25 – Number 1

President’s Report – Sue Richardson The Nature of Community Putting Community in Place. Jim Walmsley Pondering By A Naturalist. Kristine Plowman Aboriginal Politics, Self-Determination and the Rhetoric of Community. George Morgan The Community Project: An Exploration of Walgett. Frances Peters-Little Community as Palimpsest: The Example of Perth. Daniela Stehlik Academy News Reports from Workshops Globalising […]

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2005: Dialogue Volume 24 – Number 3

Book launch at annual symposium. Peter Shergold Australian ways of death Changing ways of grieving in 20th century Australia. Pat Jalland Wartime memory and patterns of mourning in Australia. Joy Damousi Grief, trauma and who we are. Beverley Raphael Death and dying in Australia – the Contribution of Palliative Care. Ian Maddocks Academy news – […]

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2005: Dialogue Volume 24 – Number 2

President’s Report – Sue Richardson Nomads? On the Move in Australia Australians on the move: trends and emerging issues. Graeme Hugo Tasmania’s turnaround? migration in the Apple Isle. Natalie Jackson Myths about migration in Queensland: are they fact or fiction?. Ross Barker and Alison Taylor Internal migration and Australia’s agricultural regions. Matthew Tonts Sea change, […]

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2005: Dialogue Volume 24 – Number 1

President’s Report – Sue Richardson Australian intellectuals today Not by words alone. Geoff Sharp Not the pyramids: intellectual work and its politics in a neoliberal era. RW Connell Winning the hearts and minds of academics in the service of neoliberalism. Bronwyn Davies Stifling freedom of thought in the information age? Chilla Bulbeck Labour intellectuals today. […]

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