Paul lectures in philosophy, has completed a Macquarie University Research Fellowship and is currently undertaking an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award Fellowship at Macquarie University.
Catriona is professor of philosophy and Associate Dean Research in the Faculty of Arts at Macquarie University. She is also Director of the Macquarie University Research Centre for Agency, Values and Ethics.
The earliest funerary boat ever found in Egypt (c. 2900 BC). Archaeological excavation of a 1st Dynasty elite cemetery at Abu Rawash.
This project has reconceptualised geographical scale and its relevance to social theory and practice.
Discussions of immigration, multiculturalism and identity in Australia focus overwhelmingly on ethnic culture and identity within the nation, this excludes other markers and shapers of identity.
Dr Jane Messer’s novel PROVENANCE (2007) is set against the heat of Queensland cane-fields, the lush farmland of northern NSW and the bustle of early 1960′s Melbourne.
Associate Professor Joanne Mulligan’s research has made significant impact on mathematics education theory and practice, reform in curriculum and assessment, and professional learning initiatives at a system, national and international level.
How does national culture impact on accounting standards? The late Associate Professor Jill McKinnon and Emeritus Professor Graeme Harrison pioneered research into the different accounting practices of different nations.
For most of the 20th century, Greek-run cafés and milk bars populated Australian cities and country towns, merging local fare with new American food-catering sensations.
Associate Professor Lisa Wynn investigates how Egyptian Islamic attitudes towards reproductive health technologies are shaped. How are societal ideas molded by the interplay of medical authorities, Islamic jurisprudence and beliefs about sexuality?