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Indian hawkers’ story reflects modern migrant dilemmas

Tuesday 20 Feb 2018

A CSU researcher believes the story of Indian ‘hawkers’, who plied their trade across south-eastern Australia in the late 1800s, is reflected in the current dilemmas facing migrants in regional Australia.

PR social media useful for connecting and engaging, not relating

Wednesday 13 Dec 2017

Research by a CSU doctoral graduate found that PR agencies' use of social media doesn’t really foster ‘relating’.

Triple J decision reflects growing mood for Australia Day date change

Friday 1 Dec 2017

A Charles Sturt University (CSU) academic argues that ABC radio Triple J's decision to move the date its annual announcement of the Hottest 100 hits of the past year is part of the growing public momentum to change the date of Australia Day.

Hanging out with the boys: how bromance often steals the spotlight in The Bachelorette

Wednesday 1 Nov 2017

Dr Suzie Gibson has written an article (recently published in the Conversation) about how the bromances can steal the spotlight in The Bachelorette

Two CSU books nominated for two Tasmanian awards

Wednesday 6 Sep 2017

The work of two CSU academics has been long-listed from nominations for two prestigious Tasmanian literary awards to be announced November 2017.

CSU offers unique Islamic art study opportunity

Wednesday 30 Aug 2017

CSU offers a unique opportunity for students to study Islamic art in Malaysia.

Children’s book publisher launched in regional NSW

Friday 18 Aug 2017

A new independent publishing company based in regional NSW was launched last week by a CSU academic.

New book explores theories of indigenous politics

Thursday 29 Jun 2017

A new book by a CSU academic is the first comprehensive integration of political theory to explain indigenous politics.

CSU graduates take podium at Cannes Young Lions

Thursday 22 Jun 2017

Two recent CSU graduates have claimed second place at the annual 2017 Young Lions international advertising competition in Cannes, France.

Post-writing and post-reading lead to post-literacy

Monday 22 May 2017

A CSU academic says the anxiety about arts funding in Australia, and how this affects writers in particular, should be cause for concern about national literacy.

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