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Griffith Review – Ways of Seeing

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For their first issue of 2011, the prestigious literary journal tackles the academy head-on. In the lead essay, John Armstrong, Philosopher-in-Residence at Melbourne Business school, presents a compelling case for radical reform in our universities’ teaching of the humanities.

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Julianne Schultz

Professor Julianne Schultz AM FAHA is the founding editor of Griffith Review. Professor Schultz is a member of the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research and sits on the editorial board of the Conversation. She is an acclaimed author of several books, including Reviving the Fourth Est... Read more

Peter Clarke

Peter Clarke is a Melbourne-based writer, webcaster, educator and moderator. He teaches undergraduate and post-–graduate communication, media and journalism courses at RMIT and other universities. His essay, ‘The Contemporary Journalistic Interview: A Hollow Dance Looking for New Moves?’ is in... Read more

John Armstrong

John Armstrong is a scholar, writer and speaker on art and culture. Associate Professor John Armstrong was born in Glasgow and educated at Oxford, Birkbeck and UCL. In 1997, after completing a PhD in Philosophy, he established and directed a research centre in philosophy of art at the School of Adva... Read more

Glyn Davis

Glyn Davis is professor of political science, vice chancellor and principal of the University of Melbourne. Professor Davis was educated in political science at the University of New South Wales and the Australian National University, before undertaking post-doctoral appointments as a Harkness Fello... Read more

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