November 2015


Magazine

November 2015

The new normal

Slow death

A queer bushranger

The power of place

In conscious exile

Married to the tribe

For your ears only

Joker  in  the  pack

On the road with the irrepressible Nick Xenophon


The Nation Reviewed

The new normal

A welcome to Turnbull and a farewell to slogans

Slow death

Deterrents and resettlement may be the only way to break the asylum-seeker gridlock

The race card

Australia’s long and surprising history of playing racial politics

A change of season

Following the indigenous seasonal calendar

Stag party

Wild deer are heading for the suburbs


The Monthly Essays

Joker  in  the  pack

On the road with the irrepressible Nick Xenophon

Suffer the children

Trouble in the Family Court

A queer bushranger

The tale of Captain Moonlite


VOX

Eddie’s son

Farewell to a man who tried to connect indigenous and non-indigenous Australia

Owl

Medicine

The art of the body

In the gallery, human remains are preserved, refashioned and elevated

Medicine

Arts & Letters

The power of place

The personal and the political in Tim Winton’s ‘Island Home’

In conscious exile

Rediscovering the novels of Randolph Stow

Married to the tribe

Vanuatu’s Yakel people make their screen debut in Bentley Dean and Martin Butler’s ‘Tanna’

For your ears only

What makes a Bond theme song great?



Noted

‘UnREAL’ Beyond Home Entertainment; $29.95 (DVD) / Stan (online) By Harry Windsor

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