Author: Curious Journalism
Review: Richard Flanagan’s The Living Sea of Waking Dreams considers griefs big and small
Tony Hughes-d’Aeth, University of Western Australia Review: Richard Flanagan, The Living Sea of Waking Dreams (Penguin Random House, 2020) The … More
Buildings kill millions of birds. Here's how to reduce the toll
Norman Day, Swinburne University of Technology As high-rise cities grow upwards and outwards, increasing numbers of birds die by crashing … More
Coronavirus: 5 ways to manage your news consumption in times of crisis
Mark Pearson, Griffith University Thousands of employees internationally are already working from home in COVID-19 self-isolation because of their recent … More
Can we live without our phones? Some are taking a digital detox regularly
January 28 2020 Love them or loathe them, mobile phones have become an indispensible part of our lives. With potentially … More
Feature artist: Dog portraits by Judith Johnson
January 18 2020 Johnson paints portraits of dogs, but she began as a human portrait artist. One day, she added … More
Dogs and why they change us
Why and how we connect with dogs is a complicated question. But one answer could be empathy in both dogs and humans.
Taking care of dogs with dementia: Kerry and Kenzo’s story
Kerry Mcmyler lives in Lancashire in the UK. She’s had her dog Kenzo, a Labrador Collie cross for 15 years–ever … More
Christianity’s changing attitude toward animals
Christians are uncovering a forgotten history of passionate campaigns for animal rights.
Should arms manufacturers sponsor Invictus?
As the Sydney Invictus Games come to a close, perhaps unsurprisingly, media coverage didn’t address an important question. And it’s … More