July 2018


Magazine

July 2018

Voice, Treaty, Truth

Child protection doesn’t always protect children

When families in the Northern Territory need help, removing children isn’t necessarily the answer


The Nation Reviewed

Voice, Treaty, Truth

An uncoordinated approach to treaty-making creates a quandary for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

Minding your data in a post-GDPR world

Some good news about online privacy has just popped up

The Buddha of Bendigo

The world’s biggest gem-quality Buddha statue has made its home in central Victoria

Crafting a ceramic habitat for a handfish

Hobart artist Jane Bamford is helping a critically endangered fish to spawn


The Monthly Essays

The endless reign of Rupert Murdoch

After decades of influence, the media mogul isn’t so much a person as an epoch

Child protection doesn’t always protect children

When families in the Northern Territory need help, removing children isn’t necessarily the answer


VOX

The amazing true story of a sex ed outrage

Why did a children’s book published three years ago suddenly go viral?

Owl

The Courts

A sorry procession

A day in the life of the Geelong Magistrates’ Court

Courts

Arts & Letters

The end of American diplomacy: Ronan Farrow’s ‘War on Peace’

The Pulitzer Prize winner explains how the State Department’s problems started long before Trump

Two worlds at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale

The consumption of space, land and habitat is Australia’s focus at the world’s pre-eminent architecture event

Dirty work in Clayton Jacobson’s ‘Brothers’ Nest’

The filmmakers behind ‘Kenny’ take a darker turn

Angélique Kidjo reinvents Talking Heads’ ‘Remain in Light’

This remake of the 1980 classic insists on the connections between musical traditions



Noted

‘Kudos’ by Rachel Cusk A masterful trilogy concludes By Stephanie Bishop

‘Colony’ at NGV Australia Twin exhibitions explore the very different experiences of settlement for European and Indigenous peoples By Miriam Cosic


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