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Wednesday 1 October 2014
Featured Feminism

a bastard of a job: a tentative defense of germaine greer

Ruby Grant

From the trail-blazing “saucy feminist that even men like!” to ‘controversial,’ feminist crone who has allegedly “stayed too long at the party,” Germaine Greer’s image and its relation to (white) Western popular feminism is complex.  The media has a funny relationship with Germaine Greer. Feminists have a funny relationship with Germaine Greer. Maybe the World…
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Sunday 27 April 2014

the royal visit: representations

Emilie Bertsch

Hands have been shaken, places have been visited and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have left Australian land. You may find yourself reflecting on how the whole thing went, or what was actually achieved on this royal tour besides a lot of cooing and awwing at a ruling class who seemed to be here…
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Monday 2 July 2012

film review: a royal affair

Rosie Hunt
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A Royal Affair brings some history of the Danish monarchy to the big screen. It is set during the Englightenment, a time in eighteenth century Europe where new ideas of reason and rights were beginning to emerge. The film opens with Denmark gaining a new Queen, Caroline (Alicia Vikander) who is bitterly disappointed when she…
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