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UNSW Arts and Humanities Soar in Latest World Rankings Article - Posted on 17 September 2015

UNSW Arts and Humanities jumps 10 places in latest rankings.

UNSW Balinese Gamelan Article - Posted on 1 September 2015

UNSW boasts a unique example of the Gamelan - an ancient Indonesian orchestra of drums, gongs and metallophones. This video features footage of the UNSW Gamelan Ensemble playing at the 2015 Bali Arts Festival in Denpasar with internationally renowned saxophonist Sandy Evans.

Adam Goodes: We Should All Raise a Spear for Australia Opinion - Posted on 6 August 2015

Our Kiwi cousins have done a better job of reconciliation. But it's not too late for Australians to catch up, writes Christopher Kremmer.

The Indigenous Winter School Experience Article - Posted on 22 July 2015

Indigeneous high school students visit SAM at UNSW Australia.

Welcome to our New Interim Dean, Professor Eileen Baldry Article - Posted on 8 July 2015

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences welcomes Professor Eileen Baldry to the role of Interim Dean. An esteemed researcher in the areas of Criminology, Social Policy and Social Work, Eileen was recently named one of UNSW’s 15 top-performing female researchers.

UNSW Balinese Gamelan Prepare for Annual Bali Arts Festival Article - Posted on 6 July 2015

Students and staff from the UNSW Balinese Gamelan have travelled to Bali for two weeks over the mid-year break for a collaboration across cultures. The trip will culminate with a performance at the annual Bali Arts Festival.

The Mystical Stillness of Marina Abramovic in Sydney Opinion - Posted on 25 June 2015

In our fast-paced world, Marina Abramovic is reminding us that good art should slow us down, writes Prudence Gibson.

Rape threats and cyberhate? Vote no to the new digital divide. In The Media - Posted on 22 June 2015

UNSW media lecturer Emma A. Jane is recruiting interviewees for a three-year study into gendered cyberhate.

UNSW SFF Blogger Review: Steve Jobs: The Man In The Machine Opinion - Posted on 19 June 2015

UNSW Sydney Film Festival blogger Georgia Webb reviews Alex Gibney's latest film, Steve Jobs: The Man In The Machine.

Intelligence Debate: Smart Pills or Kiddy Cocaine? In The Media - Posted on 17 June 2015

Dr Emma Jane from UNSW School of the Arts & Media speaks to 105.7 ABC Darwin about  so-called smart pills - can they really improve people's brain power and at what cost?