THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GLOBALIST - VOLUME 8, WINTER/SPRING 2014
Under the theme “Caught in the Tides of Power” we take a look at the world today and the ‘Realpolitik’ shaping it. We explore in depth some of the largest issues in contemporary world politics to build a picture of the forces and interests influencing it and take a snap shot of power at work, in all its messy and destructive nature. This theme has brought out the best in our writers, bringing a provocative issue full of articles bound to ignite some heated discussions.
Copies of the publication are available on campus from either of the School Offices at C2-21 or B1-11 or alternatively a copy can be requested from the SA Globalist team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
NEWSLETTER – ISSUE 2, AUGUST 2014
The School will implement its new suite of undergraduate programs from 1 January 2015. This will see refreshed professional degrees in Communication and Media, Journalism and Professional Writing, and Media Arts. In addition, our expanded BA program will offer existing majors in International Relations and Languages, and new majors in English and Creative Writing, History and Cultural Studies, Linguistics, Performing Arts, and Sociology. Exciting times ahead!
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NEWSLETTER – ISSUE 1, SEPTEMBER 2013
Professor Pal Ahluwalia, Pro Vice Chancellor: Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences and Professor Clayton MacKenzie, Head of School, welcome readers to the first edition of the School of Communication, International Studies and Languages newsletter. We hope you enjoy reading the article by one of our Journalism students, Christopher Testa, and the profile piece featuring Brenton Shaw, a current Media Arts student. We also showcase our world-class academics in this edition as we introduce Dr Josh McCarthy, Lecturer in Media Arts and Associate Professor Angela Scarino, as the Director of the Research Centre for Languages and Cultures. > Read the full newsletter
The Max Harris National Poetry Award 2013
The Max Harris National Poetry Award 2013 was judged by Judith Beveridge and Kevin Brophy.
Winner of the 2013 Max Harris poetry award of $3000
ODE TO EVENING, ON A THEME BY WALT WHITMAN
by Homer Rieth
THIS IS WHAT WERE WE
by Dan Disney
by Anne Carson
GRANDMOTHER GOING GONE
by Andrew Slattery
We thank all entrants for their submissions and congratulate the winner and those whose poems were specially commended by the judges.
The winning and commended poems are avalible here.
PR internship to help blind children in Vietnam
Five University of South Australia Public Relations students will embark on a PR internship with a difference when they head to Vietnam to volunteer at a blind school in Ho Chi Minh City later this month.
UniSA PR lecturer Kim Groves is taking five students to the Nhat Hong Centre for the Blind, where they will educate children and teenagers, as well as their teachers and carers, in new technologies and computer skills, marketing and communication, creating and designing pamphlets, writing articles, and setting up and writing blogs.
Read more about the Vietnam PR internship
The South Australian Globalist - Volume 5, Winter 2012
Joining Yale and Oxford as part of the prestigious Global21 network, UniSA presents The South Australian Globalist magazine, focusing on the future of global political, economic and social issues. Global21 is a student-run international affairs network that invites select universities to publish the best of students' work to create a global forum for the discussion of international issues. The South Australian Globalist magazine provides students from the School of Communication, International Studies and Languages an opportunity to showcase their work on the world stage, exchange ideas and network with students, think-tanks and businesses world-wide.
Download the latest edition Volume 5, Winter 2012.
New Youth Current Affairs television show
The new student broadcast program called "Check In" was officially launched by Journalism students on 12 June, 2012. The filming of the final episode occurred in front of a live audience at the TV Studio on Magill Campus.
Following the filming staff and students enjoyed a launch party and presentation. Invitations were extended to staff members to attend the free event.