Letter from the Middle East
Nicolas Mottas, stationed in Tel Aviv, writes about the importance of finding a peaceful solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict
Looking at ancient Greece from South America
Michael C Scott from Classics at Cambridge University writes from Rio di Janeiro on that nation’s links to Ancient Greece
The church of Oprah comes to town
Chris Fotinopoulos has a look at the church of Oprah, and finds it’s anything but Orthodox
Labor’s position on gay marriage is discrimination
Jeana Vithoulkas takes on the ALP’s policy on ga marriage.
Postcard from Cambridge
Nick Trakakis reflects on the city fo Cambridge and on Kazantzakis’s experience of the city.
Dr James Arvanitakis argues xenophobia is taking on a distinctive environmental tinge
Seymour, Carrum and the fall of Labor in Victoria
Dr Nick Economou looks at the results from Saturday’s election
An Ancient Greek walks into a bar…
Did the Ancient Greeks tell jokes? Michael C. Scott has a look behind the punchlines
Musings on Movember
Discover the six different style of moustaches men can adopt in their quest for top lip fuzz
Do the humanities have a role in the universities of the future?
Michael Osborne looks to the future of humanities, and doesn’t like what he sees