February 2015


Magazine

February 2015

Year of the dog

Press under fire

Fixing politics

Schoolyard crush

Manus in the balance

A light touch

Made in Oz

Like a fox

Start together

Fixing politics

How online organisation can give power back to the people

The Nation Reviewed

Year of the dog

Tony Abbott and the Coalition government face a tough 2015

Press under fire

The ‘Charlie Hebdo’ massacre is the latest in a long line of attacks on journalists

Loving disobedience

Love Makes a Way are taking a seat against asylum-seeker policy

It’s just not cricket

Cultures clash over pipis at Venus Bay

Sydney Ducks

In gold-rush California, Aussie diggers were unwelcome boat people


The Monthly Essays

Fixing politics

How online organisation can give power back to the people

Schoolyard crush

One mother’s campaign to fix overcrowding in Sydney’s schools

Manus in the balance

Life outside the detention centres on Manus Island


VOX

Skin in the game

The morality of gambling

Owl

Medicine

Ironman and medical exams

How a gruelling physical challenge became a welcome relief

Medicine

Arts & Letters

A light touch

‘James Turrell: A Retrospective’ at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Made in Oz

‘Pop to Popism’ at the Art Gallery of New South Wales

Like a fox

The Gothic horror of Bennett Miller’s ‘Foxcatcher’

Start together

‘No Cities To Love’: The triumphant return of Sleater-Kinney



Noted

Matthew Barney’s ‘River of Fundament’ Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart (until 13 April 2015) By Quentin Sprague

‘Clade’ by James Bradley Hamish Hamilton; $32.99 By Michael Lucy

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