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Bolivia: Leaving the land

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Researcher Johannes Luetz takes us on a personal journey of Bolivia where people are leaving the land in droves.

Teaching Ethics in schools - is Fred Nile right?

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Associate Professor Philip Cam from UNSW's School of History and Philosophy on the proposed banning of Ethics classes in schools.

Mapping the Layers of Life - (EXCERPT)

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Bulgaria has several little known archaeological sites that potentially hold the answers to key questions about the foundation of western civilisation.

Mapping the Layers of Life

By UNSWTV

Bulgaria has several little known archaeological sites that potentially hold the answers to key questions about the foundation of western civilisation.

Luminary speakers

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Public talks and lectures by some of the world's most respected thinkers.

Arts and Society 2010

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In her element - Professor Emma Johnston

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UNSW's Professor Emma Johnston on her work in marine ecology, inspiring a new generation of scientists and why diving in Sydney Harbour still gives her a buzz.

Vice-Chancellor’s 2014 welcome message

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UNSW Australia’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Fred Hilmer updates staff on enrolments and other developments as we head into a new academic year.

VC MESSAGES

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Messages from the UNSW Vice Chancellor.



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