Anzac Day, a celebration of the Anzac soldiers, pictured, has become a contentious issue in the “history wars”.
The most popular history courses taught in Australian universities are still broad courses focused on significant historical events and periods, contrary to the recent IPA report.
The academy has changed substantially since Plato’s time.
Australian universities are teaching 'identity politics' at the expense of Western history, according to an Institute of Public Affairs report. But unis make decisions based on student demand, not politics.
Should we celebrate the multicultural rainbow, or look away?
Cultural diversity is an inescapable fact of modern life. How we should think about it is less obvious. Should we celebrate the multicultural rainbow, merge its colours into one – like a colour wheel spinning…
Few would argue that exchanging cultural ideas could be construed negatively. But what happens when the influence and origins of that culture go unacknowledged and ignored?
As a privileged mainstream protest movement rises, it should heed the experiences and triumphs of its more radical counterparts
When politicians win by stoking nationalism and isolationism, who will be brave enough to walk the harder path?
Dostoevsky's infamous novel reflected a wave of reaction against economic liberalism, not unlike that which has occurred during 2016.
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Immigrants used to be told to make themselves at home. Not any more.
Much of academic philosophy, even on the African continent, is openly and unashamedly in love with the idea of the West as destiny.
Nadiya the victorious.
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While viewers rejoice at Nadiya Hussain's victory, The Sun attacks the BBC for its politically correct agenda.
What kind of Europe will his future hold?
It's an uphill battle to teach British schoolchildren about EU citizenship.