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Colonial hunger

Joseph Manock explains the intentional, structural causes behind a type of tragedy often believed unavoidable.

The language of bushfires

Pepe Bingham-Hall discusses the relationship between language and land conservation in light of the mismanagement of Australia’s fires.

Feminism under Mao

Tevy Kuch considers the relationship between Maoism and women’s liberation in China.

Two Americas: the legacies of JFK and LBJ

Alex Walker reflects on the successes and failures of two presidents who occupy very different positions in the historical imagination.

The highs and lows of the Beveridge Report

Chris Thomas looks at the shortcomings of the 1948 Beveridge Report, and explains what they tells us about the future of the welfare state.

Colonial hunger

Joseph Manock explains the intentional, structural causes behind a type of tragedy often believed unavoidable.

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How comedy became resistance

Sophia Marshall writes on the historical relationship between laughter and political dissent.

The language of bushfires

Pepe Bingham-Hall discusses the relationship between language and land conservation in light of the mismanagement of Australia’s fires.

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