The global stories of Indigenous and refugee deaths in custody will be told using visual media as part of an innovative international research project being launched this month.
By Lucien Wilkinson | Arts and culture; General; Research Featured; Culture, language and Indigenous; Humanities; The arts and creative industries
A Curtin University PhD student has been awarded The Richell Prize for Emerging Writers for 2018 in recognition of a novel she wrote as part of her thesis in creative writing.
By Yasmine Phillips | Arts and culture; Student News; The arts and creative industries
Three leaders in their respective fields – venture capitalist Bill Tai, leading visual arts champion Alan Dodge and pharmacy trailblazer Brian Wall – have been awarded Honorary Doctorates by Curtin.
By Yasmine Phillips | Arts and culture; Business; Campus and community; Education
It’s only a matter of time before we see humans living on Mars, but who’s going to design what’s needed up there?
By Zoe Taylor | Arts and culture; Campus and community; Research; The arts and creative industries | 1 comment
“I hope to give voice to Orkney’s early modern women, who have been marginalised by history, much as they were through life.”
By Zoe Taylor | Arts and culture; Research; Student News; Humanities; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Through data science and multimodal discourse analysis, Curtin researchers are providing valuable insight into how meaning is communicated and reinterpreted through digital networks on a mega-scale.
By Kitty Drok | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Culture, language and Indigenous; Physical sciences and mathematics | 1 comment
Australia is the only English-speaking OECD country in the world that doesn’t require its broadcasters or streaming services to provide audio description. Curtin researchers want to change that.
By Daniel Jauk | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
The economic impact of imported fake goods worldwide is more than US$460 billion, higher than the drug trafficking trade.
By Anita Shore | A decade of impact; Arts and culture; Research; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
Professor John Hartley speaks about his first book, Reading Television, which helped to establish television studies as a field of research.
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