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Podcast: The Bridge

Last year Sarah Gregson took part in a Symposium on the West Gate Bridge, as part of the Art & Industry Festival. The festival commissioned a podcast, The Bridge, which was produced by Overland magazine and Witness Performance. The podcast is co-hosted and produced by Ben Keene, from Witness Performance, and Jacinda Woodhead, from Overland. It was mixed by, and […]

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We live in anti-political times

This post was first published at Overland Journal. *** For many, the victory of the Liberal Party on the weekend was crushing. Enthusiasm for an ALP victory was widespread in labour, union and progressive political circles, and clearly this was misplaced. Of course, the final result should not have come as a complete shock given the […]

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How Labour Built Neoliberalism

In December I was delighted to launch my first book, How Labour Built Neoliberalism, published with Brill’s Studies in Critical Social Sciences Series. From the cover blurb: Why do we always assume it was the New Right that was at the centre of constructing neoliberalism? How might corporatism have advanced neoliberalism? And, more controversially, were […]

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Queerstories podcast: My Tabloid Life

I recently spoke at Queerstories in Sydney, about social movements, Andrew Bolt and the wonder that is great friends. Indeed, the photo above is of my friends thinking I’m hilarious. You can listen to the episode online here, or through the embedded link below. *** Queerstories is an LGBTQIA+ storytelling night programmed by Maeve Marsden, with […]