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Will and the world

First in a series of book reviews that presents a group of well-received books on Shakespeare that have come out…

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Becoming Urban

New York City was the gateway to the twentieth-century in America, and the city became the emblem of the best…

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The Presenters

Some recently opened museums, devoted to history, culture, and tradition, are on the cutting edge of new thinking about the…

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Birrarung Wilam (river camp) Park Project

Vicki Couzens and Lee Darroch, current directors of Riverbark Arts, tell us about their 'Birrarung Wilam' Aboriginal park installation.

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State of the Copyfight: Intellectual property in the digital age

Organizations such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Creative Commons claim that Big Brother isn’t just watching you, he’s colonized…

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SHACK (endangered species)

Over the last two years in conjunction with small-town Landcare groups and inspired by the fugitive qualities of nature, landscapes,…

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The Collectors: Museums and the ethics of acquisition

A former curator at the Getty Museum is on trial in Italy for receiving stolen antiquities; governments of Italy and…

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Landmark of the ages

The gathering place for New Year’s Eve in New York City is a place that forms an “X” where Broadway…

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The Legacy of Lisa Bellear

The late Lisa Marie Bellear, a Goernpil woman of Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island) was busily attending to NAIDOC (National Aborigines and…

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The Cultured Tourist

The World Tourism Organisation (WTO) forecasts that 1.6 billion people will travel as tourists by the year 2020 - a…

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