Dialogue

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The Thomson scandal: Labor in decline, the press in a frenzy

Dr Nick Economou looks at the scandal surrounding Craig Thomson, what it did to the Gillard Government and how it stirred the press into a frenzy.

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Pausanias: Lonely planeteer

Dean Kalimniou looks at the insecurities of the Greek race, where it came from and where it’s going.

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Aphrodite: Sea goddess of the ancient Greeks

Aphrodite is today best-known as the ‘goddess of love,’ but among the ancient Greeks she was also important in maritime religion, trade and travel.

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The politics of iconography

Dean Kalimniou talks about the politics of iconography.

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John Italus

Dr Nick Trakakis looks at Consul of the Philosophers John Italus.

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Advertising happiness and branding values

Dr Edward H Spence looks at the way in which advertising and brands influence us all

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Returning a surplus could be the least of Labor’s problems

Dr Nick Economou investigates how Labor will handle the economy.

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Greek Orientalia

Dean Kalimniou explores the golden age of Egyptian cinema, in this week’s diatribe.

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The Dormition of the Theotokos

Dean Kalimniou explores the Dormition of the Theotokos.

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Michael Psellus

Dr Nick Trakakis looks at Byzantine philosopher Michael Psellus