A History of Political Exclusion: The First Nations Struggle for Constitutional Rights

Author: Lloyd Skinner  Australia’s political history is marked by the persistent and aggressive exclusion of First Nations people. European settler colonialism in Australia forced the displacement and repression of Indigenous peoples and instilled the narrative of the ‘superior western race’. Since the removal of the ‘White Australia Policy’ and accompanying mechanisms of marginalisation, Indigenous people… Continue reading A History of Political Exclusion: The First Nations Struggle for Constitutional Rights

The significance of libraries and their relationship to power throughout the Hellenistic world

Author: Charlotte Allan Sub-editor: Avalon Welch Sparked by the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC, the Hellenistic period sought to resonate with the “so-called Golden Age of ancient Athens,” purposefully aligning its many developments with the rich history of classical Greece and the global power it previously occupied. Aiming to project this same… Continue reading The significance of libraries and their relationship to power throughout the Hellenistic world