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Top Performer in Research Excellence Article - Posted on 7 December 2015

UNSW’s outstanding research profile has been boosted with world-class results in the 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia report.

Welcome to our New Interim Dean, Professor Eileen Baldry Article - Posted on 8 July 2015

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences welcomes Professor Eileen Baldry to the role of Interim Dean. An esteemed researcher in the areas of Criminology, Social Policy and Social Work, Eileen was recently named one of UNSW’s 15 top-performing female researchers.

Goodbye Christopher Lee, The Aristocrat of Satanic Darkness Opinion - Posted on 12 June 2015

Christopher Lee was one of the most iconic figures in horror cinema, writes Mark Steven.

Eisenstein in Guanajuato Half Pulsates with Sexual Vitality Opinion - Posted on 4 June 2015

Peter Greenaway’s new biopic, Eisenstein in Guanajuato, explores the eponymous Russian filmmaker's sexual awakening and symbolic rebirth over 10 days in Mexico, writes Mark Steven.

Oscars 2014: another lesson in Hollywood power Opinion - Posted on 4 March 2014

Once again the Academy has spoken.

Philip Seymour Hoffman is dead, and can’t be replaced Article - Posted on 7 February 2014

OBITUARY: American actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has been found dead in the bathroom of his Greenwich Village Apartment, apparently following a heroin overdose.

Sydney Festival review: Cocteau’s La Voix Humaine Opinion - Posted on 14 January 2014

Currently playing at Carriageworks as part of the Sydney Festival, Jean Cocteau’s 1930 monodrama, La Voix Humaine, is melodramatic enough – but the play is toughened theatrically by the fact the audience hears only one half of the conversation.

2013 Seminar Series Article - Posted on 4 April 2013

Modernism Seminar Series

Literary elite honour Shirley Hazzard in New York Article - Posted on 28 August 2012

The first symposium to celebrate the work of Shirley Hazzard, one of Australia most significant expatriate authors, will be hosted by the University of New South Wales in New York next month.

Professor Claire Colebrook will be joining the CMSA Article - Posted on 21 February 2012

Professor Claire Colebrook will be joining the CMSA as a Research Professor in July of this year. She will be joining us after working most recently at Penn State University, and is the author (most recently) of Gender (Palgrave 2003), Irony (Routledge 2004), Milton, Evil and Literary History (Continuum 2008), Deleuze and the Meaning of Life (Continuum 2010), and William Blake and Digital Aesthetics (Continuum 2011).

Opinion
Stranger Things 2 is darker and weirder, tempered with grief

Stranger Things 2 brings an expanded universe, new characters and new threats to vanquish but it is a much darker world this time around, writes Mark Steven.

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