Former US Ambassador opens Integrity20 in style

Alumni
With a healthy dose of humour and insightful observations, Jeff Bleich delivered a memorable keynote address to launch Griffith University’s annual Integrity20 event at the Queensland Conservatorium. The former US Ambassador to Australia, whom former Prime Minister Paul Keating described as the best to have held the post, Mr Bleich spoke on issues from integrity, technology, […]
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Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research

Griffith Review welcomes new editor

Founding editor Julianne Schultz will take on the role of publisher for the highly regarded quarterly.
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Centre for Governance and Public Policy

Democracy’s at home with Anne

Political expert and Griffith University scholar Professor Anne Tiernan has been appointed to the board of the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House
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Griffith REVIEW

How an interactive article helped land a graduate position

When Taylor Toovey graduated from Griffith University this week with a Bachelor of Journalism, she received her testamur with the knowledge that she already had employment lined up. Among a range of contributing factors that set the 20-year-old up in this position was an article published by the Griffith Review earlier this year. In a […]
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Alumni

Fellowships mark new chapter for QLD writers

Griffith Review, Australia’s leading journal of literature and ideas, is proud to join with the Queensland Literary Awards in announcing a series of Queensland writers Fellowships.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith Review wins two Walkley Awards

Two Griffith REVIEW authors have won Australia’s top honour in journalism with their essays receiving Walkley Awards in Brisbane last night
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Griffith REVIEW

Griffith Review edition hits new highs

The success of the 39th edition of Griffith Review Tasmania – The Tipping Point? continues as the publication goes into its second reprint after generating almost $3 million in publicity.   The Australian tour of Griffith Review 39: Tasmania – The Tipping Point?, a collaboration between Griffith Review and the University of Tasmania, continues this […]
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Alumni

Latest Griffith Review hits bestseller list

The latest edition of Griffith Review has made the top ten best sellers' list at independent bookstores nationally
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Griffith REVIEW

Griffith Review tour hits Brisbane

Following sell-out events in Hobart, Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne, Griffith Review launches its latest edition, Tasmania – The Tipping Point? in Brisbane on Tuesday 26 February
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Griffith REVIEW

Win a MONA Escape for Two

To celebrate the publication of Tasmania – The Tipping Point? Griffith REVIEW are holding their best competition yet. Thanks to MONA, Tourism Tasmania and Griffith REVIEW you have the chance to win a MONA escape package for two. The fabulous prize includes two return economy flights from your nearest Australian capital city to Hobart, two […]
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Griffith REVIEW

Griffith Review goes on the road

The latest edition of Griffith REVIEW, Tasmania – The Tipping Point?, is literally flying off the shelves. The Hobart Mercury wrote last week: ‘It is not often newsagents call the publishers of an academic and literary journal because customers are demanding copies. Griffith REVIEW appears to have hit the jackpot with its special Tasmanian edition […]
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