The audio version of an in depth article from The Conversation, which explores how antisemitism today is carved from and sustained by powerful precedents and inherited stereotypes.
Building features can be analyzed in the same way that facial recognition software works, revealing previously hidden elements of history.
Pop culture, personal tragedy and heroic persistence all played a role.
France has launched a new autism plan – but why does the country lag behind in its provisions for the condition?
The Panama Canal was a tremendous achievement by the U.S. and a display of their power and abilities. However, the health costs to the mostly Caribbean contract workers was enormous.
That pre-sleep herbal tea may be doing many people a lot of good.
Where else but on the sports field can an under-educated and even a troubled Aboriginal youth achieve celebrity status and social mobility?
Fook Shing spent 20 years as a Melbourne gumshoe. He policed the thriving Chinese community – claiming opium as an expense – but was never promoted above his entry rank of detective third class.
Behind the built-up glitz of Surfers Paradise lies a deep history that has been written and overwritten in successive layers that have become thinner and thinner as time goes on.
There is a long, dishonourable history of detrimental policy going back to the 15th century.
Having movable eyebrows – and evolving beyond the Neanderthal ridge – may have played a crucial role in early human survival.
People who’ve gotten nose jobs are also trying to revert to a more natural look.
The discovery of gold in California 170 years ago was a turning point in global history. The gold rushes are not mere historic footnotes – they continue to influence the world in which we live today.
Prime numbers are the biggest and oldest data set in mathematics. Why have they captivated mathematicians for millennia?
The effects of war, economic tension and accidental deaths have been mitigated by a sport that both cultures treasure.
When we think of migrants, we think of them crossing the Mediterranean to come to Europe. Yet 200 years ago, many did it the other way.
Preparations for next month’s Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast are pushing homeless people out of town, and out of the state. Sadly, that's not unusual for events of this sort.
The Vikings have become synonymous with voyages and violence, but a new exhibition at the Melbourne Museum demonstrates their domestic and spiritual side.
Some of the biggest names in the bottled water industry were originally spa towns that wealthy Europeans escaped to during the industrial revolution.
Fourier's discoveries can still be felt in modern-day radiology, climate science and physics.