Essays On Air
Join us as we read aloud fascinating, meticulously researched essays penned by academics who are experts in their fields.
Nimbin before and after: local voices on how the 1973 Aquarius Festival changed a town forever
Essays On Air: the politics of curry
Essays On Air: The female dwarf, disability, and beauty
Essays On Air: Australia's property boom and bust cycle stretches back to colonial days
Essays On Air: how archaeology helped save the Franklin River
Essays On Air: can art really make a difference?
Essays On Air: Monsters in my closet – how a geographer began mining myths
Essays On Air: Joan of Arc, our one true superhero
Essays On Air: The personal is now commercial – beauty, fashion and feminism
Essays On Air: On the Sydney Mardi Gras march of 1978
Essays On Air: When did Australia’s human history begin?
Essays On Air: Why grown-ups still need fairy tales
Essays On Air: Reading Germaine Greer’s mail
Essays On Air: Why libraries can and must change
Essays On Air: The cultural meanings of wild horses
Essays On Air: Journeys to the underworld – Greek myth, film and American anxiety
Essays On Air: a new podcast from The Conversation bringing the best writing to you