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At home with Emily Dickinson
Today, the Dickinson Homestead is a museum, and the poet’s bedroom is a space reserved for retreats by writers wishing to tap into their creative “genius”. I wonder what Dickinson would think of our intrusions.
Friday essay: the wonder of Joyce’s Ulysses
"Difficulty” is an understatement for the reader’s experience of the bewildering Ulysses, with its notoriously experimental styles and form, extravagantly wrought language, and approach, in which nothing is “stupidly explained.”
Four things schools can do to help tackle extremism and radicalisation
The terrorist attacks in Manchester and London renewed discussions about how to stop young Muslims being radicalised. while it’s important to have these conversations, most of the suggestions are reactive.
Western Sydney manufacturing set for ‘BiG’ digital transformation
Innovation is on the agenda as Western Sydney University’s Launch Pad hosts the second ‘Bridging the Innovation Gap’ (BiG) event, in partnership with the NSW Department of Industry.
Bangladeshi judges arrive at Western Sydney University for specialist training
The judges and legal officers from Bangladesh will take part in a training program designed to build their judicial expertise and enhance their managerial skills.
New research grant to discover the links between childhood diet, tooth decay and obesity
A prestigious postgraduate scholarship will fund a Western Sydney University doctoral study, investigating the link between childhood diet, tooth decay and obesity.