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Dr Mike Davis is one of the investigators of a successful ARC Linkage grant ($757,205). Mike will work on his project “Conviction Politics: The Convict Routes of Australian Democracy”. This grant is administered through Monash University.
Resident adjunct Dr Sara Riva's research explores the relationship of neoliberalism and humanitarianism, and the effects of this relationship on refugees. In this article, Dr Riva and her colleague Dr Gerhard Hoffstaedter (The University of Queensland) propose five solutions to help the world's 70 million refugees. Read the aticle in The Conversation
New Article: Professor Stan Grant: The Sydney Morning Herald. People power will test Xi Jinping, but he can wait it out
Welcome our new Professor of Global Affairs – STAN GRANT
Affect, Knowledge and Embodiment Workshop series
Affect, Knowledge and Embodiment: A Critical Feminist Arts/Research Workshop Series is presented by Dr Ashleigh Watson (Griffith University), Dr Laura Rodriguez Castro (Griffith University), and Samantha Trayhurn (Western Sydney University) on Friday 19 July 2019.
Visiting Scholar Seminar series
Para-site-seeing: Art and multi-scalar mobilities is presented by Dr Jen Southern (Lancaster University, UK) on Tuesday 30 July 2019.
Embodied methodologies for researching wellbeing
Embodied methodologies for researching wellbeing workshop will be presented by special hosts, Professor Simone Fullagar (Griffith University), Dr Julia Coffey (University of Newcastle), Professor Anna Hickey-Moody (RMIT), Dr Adele Pavlidis (Griffith University) on Tuesday 13 August 2019.
More than just history, rock art is key to modern Indigenous well-being
26 Jun 2019
New papers written and co-written by Griffith researcher Professor Paul Taçon highlight emerging challenges to conservation efforts.
Young people shift the ‘soft stigma’ of alcohol abstinence in Finland and Australia
02 May 2019
A new study of young Finnish and Australian non-drinkers has uncovered new ways of social belonging.
Griffith delivers high research impact
01 Apr 2019
The Australian Government’s first Engagement and Impact (EI) assessment results confirm Griffith University’s position as a leader in delivering...
Research Impact: Listening to community – media making a difference
01 Apr 2019
The work undertaken by researchers from the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research has spawned further investigations of community policy...