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Changing the World: How are Gender Justice and Social Transformation Achieved? Elizabeth Hill

In Search of Intellectual History: Reflections on Law, Empire, Pirates, and Revolutions Bruce Buchan

Lessons from the Political Class Frank Bongiorno

Symposium: Doctors, Drugs and Devices

We Need to Change Our Law Bess Nungarrayi Price

Managing Gender: The 2010 Federal Election Marian Sawyer

A Decade that Changed Australian Journalism Rodney Tiffen

The Ethics of Climate Change Constance Lever-Tracy

Plenty, Plentiful, Plenitude Alex Millmow

The Question of Public Debt Tony Aspromourgos

Post-colonial Colonialism? Fiona Kate Barlow

A Good Idea at the Time Tony Smith

The Everyday World of Work: From the Passionate to the Absurd Debra King

Drugs and Disordered Choices Jeanette Kennett

Responding to the Crisis Ben Spies-Butcher

Lifting Its Game to Get Ahead: The Canberra Bureaucracy’s Reform by Stealth Paul ’t Hart

Going by the Book: Academic Guides for Public Servants Kathy MacDermott

Faith Answering Faith Marion Maddox

Bringing Up Baby in the 21st Century Helen Proctor

The Meaning of Malcolm: Rejecting the Easy Life Tony Smith

Protecting Human Rights in Australia: A Long and Winding Road Hilary Charlesworth

Canberra Journalist, Costello Spin Doctor, Howard Whinger, Rodney Tiffen

A Titular Misnomer and a Degree of Analytic Error Stewart Clegg

Reforming the Global Order Dennis Phillips

The Road to Elsewhere: Work, Family and Technology Elizabeth Hill

Gaia Theory – Reflections on Life on Earth William Grey

The Case for Liberal Women Marian Sawer

Politics is a Messyanic Business Patrick Brownlee


Anna Kalaitzidis and Paul Jewell on challenges to confidentiality rules for sperm donors
Kate MacNeill, Jenny Lye and Paul Caulfield on government arts spending 1967–2009
Kay Cook on child support non-compliance
Michele Ferguson on defending the value of the social sciences
Robert Aldrich on homosexuality in the gallery
Don Arthur on Menzies’ other forgotten people