Carlos Castaneda was a best-selling writer born in Cajamarca, Peru in 1925. He migrated to the US in 1951, becoming a millionaire after the publication of his first book, The teachings of Don Juan (1970 ), which resonated among the countercultural audiences of the 1960s and 1970s. The book has steadily sold 7,500 copies per […]
Each month we will be publishing a guest blog by a member of the thematic group.
Who is the ideal first year university student? You are probably thinking that in this age of mass higher education, the student population has diversified so much that there is no longer a single kind of student – university is for everyone. Over the last year, a research team has been looking at the messages […]
Over the last several years particularly there has been a renewed focus on the prevention of violence toward women. With the news that women are consistently being killed by their male partners women’s safety remains the paramount concern for violence prevention. Alongside these reported tragedies sit stories of young men dying at the hands of […]
Introduction: The Face and Contemporary Visions of Ageing Since the mid-1990s, the notion that ageing is a treatable disease has underpinned a burgeoning market of anti-ageing treatments (ATTs). Now an $US290b global industry (Berkowitz 2017, p.7), cosmetics that claim to mask or stop ageing have captured the imaginations of consumers. “People [now] assume health is […]
The recent Turkish referendum that enhanced presidential power has fundamental repercussions for parliamentary democracy in the country and for Turkish-West relations. It is also significant for the collective memory and commemoration of WWI Gallipoli Campaign in both Australia and Turkey. Even prior to the referendum the numbers of Australians along with other Westerners visiting Turkey […]