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troublemag | November 15, 2019

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Mehmet Ozalp : The History & Philosophy of Islam

November 6, 2019 |

Deep Trouble PODCAST

with Dr Mark Halloran

In conversation with Associate Professor of Islamic studies Mehmet Ozalp in regards to the history of Islam’s Golden Age and the contribution of Islamic philosophy to Western culture, the challenges Islam faces in … Read More

Making Trouble : John Waters

October 6, 2019 |

interview by Dr Mark Halloran

Q. I was interested in your childhood, and your parents Patricia and John, and being raised as a Roman Catholic in Baltimore. I was raised a Roman Catholic as well so I feel as though … Read More

Stephen Croucher : The Psychology & Politics of Hate

October 6, 2019 |

Deep Trouble PODCAST

with Dr Mark Halloran

In conversation with Professor Stephen Croucher about the aftermath of the Christchurch shootings, the rise of White Supremacist groups in Europe, and the psychology and politics of hate.

Listen to all of the … Read More

The Road to Darwin

October 5, 2019 |

part one

Ben Laycock

Chapter 1 – Hattah

We leave Castlemaine on the last day of July, heading for Darwin and beyond. We don’t see anything to write home about on the first day. Inglewood seems like a thriving little … Read More

Jessica Trisko : Women at War

October 4, 2019 |

Deep Trouble PODCAST

with Dr Mark Halloran

In conversation with Jessica Trisko Darden (Ph.D), who is Assistant Professor of International Affairs with the School of International Service at American University, an inaugural Jeane Kirkpatrick Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, … Read More

SALON October-November 2019

October 4, 2019 |

Sue Ford, Time series 1 1962-1974, silver gelatin photographs, 11.0 x 8.0 cm each (6 x diptych), State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia. Purchased through the TomorrowFund, Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation, 2015, with the generous donations … Read More

Carmel Bird : Fair Game

September 8, 2019 |

Deep Trouble PODCAST

with Dr Mark Halloran

In conversation 2016 winner of Patrick White award for literature Carmel Bird, where we discuss her work Fair Game which examines the story of the first convict women who were settled in Van Diemen’s land, her … Read More

Rev. Dr. Chris Mulherin : Faith, Science & Climate Change

August 31, 2019 |

Deep Trouble PODCAST

with Dr Mark Halloran

In conversation Rev. Dr Chris Mulherin, the Executive Director of Christians in Science and Technology (ISCAST), we discuss the intersection between theology and the philosophy of science, what he believes the New Atheists … Read More

Our Bodies, Our Voices, Our Marks

August 8, 2019 |

Immigration Museum

until 6 October 2019

A suite of exhibitions and experiences exploring the art of tattoo, alongside themes of identity, self-expression, culture and community.

In order of appearance: 

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019 COVER: From Paul Stillen’s Connected Bodies, Vess 2019. Photograph … Read More

Jenny Graves : The Genetics of Transgenderism

August 4, 2019 |

Deep Trouble PODCAST

with Dr Mark Halloran

In conversation with world renowned geneticist Professor Jenny Graves in regards to her work in sex determination, her infamous assertion that the Y chromosome is disappearing, as well as the evolution of the … Read More