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Strictly speaking: anamorphosis

In classical Greek, anamorphosis meant “transformation”, and was first applied by Renaissance artists to a highly regarded technique of manipulating the perspective on an image. It presented an apparently distorted drawing of an object, which when seen reflected in a ...

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Advance your academic career

Marked by youthful dynamism and determination, the University of Canberra has treaded a unique journey since its inception. With a dual focus on producing profession-ready graduates and mission-oriented, problem-solving research, the University has risen in merely a quarter of a ...

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On the move: August

GOVERNOR TO CHANCELLOR Edith Cowan University has named former WA governor Kerry Sanderson as its fourth chancellor. She takes over from Dr Hendy Cowan, who is retiring after 14 years in the role. Sanderson said she was looking forward to ...

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On the move: July

Building expert heads to Harvard The University of Melbourne’s Philip Goad has been chosen as the Gough Whitlam and Malcolm Fraser Chair in Australian Studies at Harvard for the 2019–2020 academic year. The visiting professorship was established at Harvard in ...

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Indigenous excellence: whole-of-university approach key

Aboriginal involvement in key decision-making areas is paramount for a whole-of-university approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander excellence, with the overall aim being shared responsibility and accountability across the whole university. Under-representation of Aboriginal peoples on high-level committees and ...

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