Faculty of Arts

The future of writing: public symposium

6 September 2013

Writers, self-publishers and journalists are invited to join leading experts and media academics in a conversation about the challenges and …

When is a book a book?

7 August 2013

On first consideration the answer seems obvious. But, given our electronic, digital age… Launched tonight, Wednesday 7 August, the question …

Documenting Australia’s gay and lesbian history

24 June 2013

A new three-year project is to record the life stories of gay and lesbian Australians in the first comprehensive nation-wide …

A new exhibition in Stalled

20 June 2013

The latest exhibition opening today at Macquarie University Art Gallery – Stalled is a collection of art works created by …

Macquarie University funds the first Twitter–based election coverage by a professional journalist

27 May 2013

Margo Kingston, one of Australia’s best-known political and investigative journalists, is partnering with  the Department of Media, Music, Communication and …

See and touch history’s oldest secrets through new research

24 May 2013

An upcoming colloquium lecture will offer a unique opportunity to see and touch the astonishing results of new research, where …

Australian artists bring international exhibition home

23 May 2013

For the first time in Australia, the internationally acclaimed exhibition –Transit, will go on display at the Macquarie University Art …

Scientists and historians work together to be the first Australians to win international Archaeology prize

26 April 2013

Researchers have been recognised at the 41st Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, for developing an analytical technique …

Former Fairfax editor awarded honorary doctorate

23 April 2013

Author and former Fairfax editor V. J. Carroll has been awarded a degree of Doctor of Letters honoris causa at a graduation ceremony on campus today.

Higher doctorate for biographer and historian Professor Emerita Jill Roe

19 April 2013

Professor Emerita Jillian Roe was first appointed to teach history at a newly-founded Macquarie University in 1967. Forty-six years later, …

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