Unspeakable Feminism and Nordic Noir01/15/15
How the internet is changing gender relations... and why are we obsessed with all things nordic?
Shaking off 2014
From the profound to the tragic, 2014 has been a funny old year. Cassie, her old pal Jason Di Rosso and friends shake off the year that was.
Screen Australia, Mars One and Band Aid
Band Aid 30 and Clive the poet. Australian TV: In Demand and On Demand. Mars One: science or pop cultural delusion?
Conspiracies, Paranoia and a defence of the Selfie
News: Kenny G falls flat and Breaking Bad toys pulled. Conspiracy Theories and the importance of being Paranoid. In defence of the Selfie.
Freaks and the Politics of Political Satire
Reclaiming the word "Freak", and how political satire is affecting the democratic process.
How the value of diamonds has been carefully cultivated, and the Bali...
How the value of diamonds has been carefully cultivated, and the Bali paradox.
Crime, Plots, Vice and China
Old School meets new school? Vice and China.
Anxiety, privacy and the Brazilian telenovela
As anxiety about digital privacy is growing, it’s also emerging as a theme in popular culture.
ABC's Hiding and Hole's Live Through This
The ego and alter-ego of Hiding's creator. Plus, the legacy of Live Through This.
Riding the Wave: a political history of Surfing
From early days on Hawaiian shores to today's billion dollar industry, is the history of modern surfing as simple and carefree as pop culture suggests?
The Shia LaBeouf Show, Thai GQ and Muriel's Wedding
The troubled US actor and artist Shia LaBeouf's story took a dark turn this week. Is he tortured, a trainwreck or a transmedia storyteller?
Steve Kilbey, and GoPro Culture
Steve Kilbey talks paisley shirts, drugs and Aussie music . Capturing life for later. Video Streaming with Stan.
Tepid Australian TV and Yummy Mummys
News: Twin Peaks and Serial Radio. Australian TV is "tepid". Yummy Mummy and neo-conservatives.
Bravehearts, Scottish Identity and Double Denim
Bravehearts: Scottish Identity and Nationalism. The Enduring Power of Denim.
Williams and Bacall, Cyclone Tracy, and fashion blockbusters
The legacy of Cyclone Tracy 40 years on. The fashion for the blockbuster.
Dead Frogs, Comedy and Gone Girl
Is comedy experiencing a golden age? And is the best-selling thriller and soon-to-be-released film Gone Girl deeply misogynist?
Steve Kilbey and Do I sound gay?
Music legend and frontman of Australian rock band The Church, Steve Kilbey, speaks candidly withThe List's Cassie McCullagh. Plus, what makes someone 'sound gay'?
As seen on Television: The American Dream
Quality US television shows can teach us a lot about the nation’s psyche, and approach to international politics.
Great Holdens and Fat Pizza
How Monaros revved up and revolutionised Australia's car culture. Plus, Paul Fenech eats his Fat Pizza.
Politics, Gender and the American Dream on television
News: Ebola Halloween Costumes and Chinese Big Brother. Gender and Racial politics on HBO's Girls. America's diplomacy with China on House of Cards. The American Dream and The Wire.
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