Comment & analysis


‘What If All Adults Took Responsibility For All Children, No Matter Who Gave Birth To Them?‘, The Establishment, February 20 2017

‘Nazi punch is a non-violence red herring’, Eureka Street, February 5 2017

‘Trump’s immigration ban is straight out of the Australian playbook‘, SBS Online, February 3 2017

‘The Zapatistas are building the world we ask for’, TeleSur English, December 31 2016 / ‘Los zapatistas están construyendo
el mundo que pedimos’, Política con A de Mujer, marzo 2017

‘Both hands on the spotlight for Rio’s favelas’, New Internationalist, January 19 2017

‘The wild, normal diversity of the modern family’, Eureka Street, December 5 2016

‘How A Simple Google Doc Called “What To Do Instead Of Calling The Police” Went Viral And Why It Matters’, The Vocal, December 5 2016

‘Translating Trump for Spanish-speaking Americans’, SBS Online, November 7 2016

‘Against empathy’, Overland, October 31 2016

‘South Australia’s always led the way on progress. Why not follow their lead on renewable energy?’, SBS Online, October 18 2016

‘Responsibility for royal commissions’ effectiveness lies with us’, Eureka Street, October 10 2016

‘In outing Elena Ferrante, journalist Claudio Gatti has assumed the role of typical patriarchal villain’, Daily Life/Fairfax, October 4 2016

‘Rogue bishop’s rebellious example lives on’, Eureka Street, September 1 2016

‘Men explain my unsafety to me’, The Age, August 25 2016

‘Sanctioned lies about Rio safety put residents at risk’, The Establishment, August 17 2016

‘Occupying culture in Rio de Janeiro’, Real Time Arts, Aug-Sept 2016

The world should take note of Barcelona’s popular movement to close down immigration detention centres’, The Vocal, August 3 2016

A carriage of one’s own/Un vagón proprio’, Overland, August 1 2016

‘Australia packs its prejudice and heads to Rio’, New Matilda, 27 July 2016

A radical new solution to family violence and a look at how we can bring shelter home’, The Vocal, 24 May 2016

‘The hard heart of the city’, Overland, 24 May 2016

‘Form after function: Sydney’s mortuary station and the 20th Biennale of Sydney‘, Broadsheet, 45.1, March 2016

‘Unsalting the Earth: Sebastião Salgado and Le Sel de la Terre, The Postcolonialist, Summer 2015

How pop-up stores, origami shelters and bus stop bedrooms are helping tackle homelessness‘, Junkee, 16 June 2015

Reflexivity in humanitarian work‘, Right Now, 7  May 2015

Why do we weirdly love nuns so much?’, Junkee, 14 October 2014

Urbanism between favela and chic’/’O urbanismo entre favela e o chique’, Favelas@LSE, 7 August 2014

Five things I learned from Joseph Stiglitz’s ‘Price of inequality’ talk‘, Junkee, 11 July 2014

Three ways Offspring’s season return will be better than the Federal Budget‘, Junkee, 12 May 2014

Let’s down tools for migrants and refugees‘, New Matilda, 5 Feb 2014

‘Students ill-served by tutors facing uncertain futures’, Sydney Morning Herald, 20 August 2013

Does your family get the Rudd tick of approval?‘, New Matilda, 13 August 2013

What do pop-up shops and homelessness have in common?‘, The Global Urbanist, 14 February 2012. [Republished, Australian Policy Online 24 February 2012]

Is there a ‘right’ kind of homelessness?‘, New Matilda, 31 January 2012

Flea market ethics‘, New Matilda, 16 March 2010

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2 thoughts on “Comment & analysis

  1. Comprendo! Even switching from Sydney to Melbourne or an unfamiliar suburb I’m aware of not ‘feeling’ the rhythm. Crossing the street seems to be a particular marker of whether you are in sync to that rhythm or not.
    Thanks for the reflection. xo

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