The Nation Reviewed

Following the indigenous seasonal calendar
By Jenan Taylor
A welcome to Turnbull and a farewell to slogans
By Don Watson
Exit Abbott, enter Turnbull
By Nick Feik
The Australia Council’s history of challenges and challengers
By Julian Meyrick
Lee Lin Chin’s rise from SBS newsreader to queen of satire
By Benjamin Law
Brian & Karl make films that speak their own languages
By Sam Twyford-Moore
Children’s lit heroes Andy Griffiths, Terry Denton and Jill Griffiths step off the page and onto the stage
By Ashley Hay
Kevin Rudd gave the ALP its best chance for stable leadership
By Richard Denniss
How charities transform the clothes we throw away
By Delia Falconer
When eating healthy becomes an eating disorder
By Oscar Schwartz
Stories of South Sudan from Traralgon
By Arnold Zable
The many talents of a much-maligned rodent
By Anne Manne
The constitutional recognition of indigenous Australians requires meaningful consultation
By Noel Pearson
Tony Abbott’s surprises keep coming
By Don Watson
Body Electric’s jazz ballet for adults
By Nikki Lusk
Talk of stripping citizenship is just one example of Tony Abbott’s alarmist rhetoric
By Mark McKenna
What’s next for the entrepreneurial Josh Lefers?
By Antoni Jach
Favours and foreign affairs: Joko Widodo’s first year as Indonesian president
By Hamish McDonald