December 2015 - January 2016


Magazine

December 2015 - January 2016

Gesture politics

Gone Walkabout

Diabolical

An Anzac myth

Oil and water

In danger

Read about it

Ideas disguised as history

What comes next?

Bringing them home

Close encounter

Blank space

Diabolical

Why have we failed to address climate change?

The Nation Reviewed

Gesture politics

Recognition alone won’t fix indigenous affairs

Gone Walkabout

The last Aussie-themed pub in London

Lighting the king

Nick Schlieper illuminates a Shakespearean tragedy

Between the lines

Making sense of the adult colouring craze


The Monthly Essays

Diabolical

Why have we failed to address climate change?

Burning the stakeholders

Shen Narayanasamy takes on Transfield

An Anzac myth

The creative memorialisation of Gallipoli

Oil and water

Australia blurs the lines with Timor-Leste

In danger

The strange life and tragic death of Julia the gorilla


VOX

A beautiful mess

When European Christmas meets Australian suburbia

Owl

Medicine


Arts & Letters

Read about it

Deconstructing a decade in Frank Bongiorno’s ‘The Eighties’

Ideas disguised as history

Chris Bowen’s ‘The Money Men’ and the ideal treasurer

What comes next?

Paul Mason’s ‘PostCapitalism’ and the future of economics

Bringing them home

The National Museum of Australia’s ‘Encounters’ and the politics of collection

Close encounter

Five days with David Foster Wallace in ‘The End of the Tour’

Blank space

Grimes’ puzzling ‘Art Angels’



Noted

‘Lurid Beauty: Australian Surrealism and Its Echoes’ NGV Australia, Melbourne (until 31 January 2016) By Grazia Gunn

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