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Art and design

Ground-breaking TV studies book turns 40

In 1978, humanities scholars worldwide were profoundly affected by the release of Reading Television, a book by UK Professors John…

Art and design

Australia needs pop culture tourism – here’s why

Alnwick Castle, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, Matamata. Many people will never have heard of these locations, but to the devout few,…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Curtin’s Centre for Aboriginal Studies is breaking down barriers to Indigenous higher education

Australian universities have achieved a 70 per cent growth in Indigenous enrolments in the past decade1, yet attrition rates remain…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Bringing the stories home: the Wirlomin Noongar Language and Stories Project

Warning: This story contains an image of an Indigenous person who has passed away. The primary aim of the Wirlomin…

Campus and global community

New international digital media partners support Curtin’s global growth

Curtin University has appointed two international digital media and creative agency partners to further support the University’s functions as a…

Campus and global community

Curtin Education Awards showcase excellence amongst recent graduates

Recent graduates from Curtin University’s School of Education have been recognised for their academic achievements and commitment to the field…

Art and design

Cutting-edge film studio gives students a glimpse into their future careers

Curtin University screen arts and journalism students will have access to a high-definition film and television studio after the official…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Noongar language and culture showcased on a global online stage

Online learners from across the globe will have the unique opportunity to learn about the language and culture of the…

Art and design

“They were dancing in shadows: out of sight, out of mind”

The power of Aboriginal performance is taking centre stage in Professor Anna Haebich’s enlightening new book, Dancing in Shadows: Histories…


Big divide between haves and have-nots in Australian education

 The most disadvantaged 10 per cent of children in the Australian Capital Territory are on par with the most advantaged…

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