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Over recent years, numerous intertwined housing issues have intensified in Australia regarding the environmental impact, liveability, social equity and affordability of our housing stock and choices.Select options
In the wake of the release of Anderson/Wild Little Children Are Sacred report, the Howard government declared a national emergency and mobilised a coalition of police, army and others in what they suggest will be the ‘first phase’ of a program to tackle child sexual abuse in remote Aboriginal Australia. This book is a critical response to the government’s actions.Add to cart
For some readers the theme of settler colonialism may suggest a preoccupation with the past. This collection finds settler colonialism is a practice that relies upon assumptions about other cultures that are alive and well in the most powerful societies in the contemporary world.Add to cart
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Religion in a Secular Age? seeks to answer a series of pressing questions. What does it mean for the place of religion? Can the revival of religion be a positive and constructive force in relation to overcoming the morbid symptoms of late modernity? To these questions, the different writers of this volume have very different answers, even as they struggle in common with a world in crisis.Add to cart
The past 50 years of Arena has seen momentous events and developments across the globe. This anniversary book deals with topics that have been significantly reflected in the pages of both the first series of one hundred issues of Arena and the two publications that emerged twenty-five years ago: Arena Magazine and Arena Journal.Add to cart
This collection critically address the question of modernity in the societies of the Middle East and North Africa, taking as its point of departure the idea that modernity is best understood as a set of tensions negotiated within societies rather than a model ready-made in one part of the world and exported elsewhere.Add to cart