New research sheds light on the alarming adaptability of tapeworms and friends.
Inspired by Martin Nicolaus’ 1968 Fat-cat-sociology speech – ‘…the professional eyes of the sociologist are on the down people, and the professional palm of the sociologist is stretched toward the up people…’ – Sociologist, Associate Professor Georgina Murray, has since her activist youth written on issues of gender inequality, class and issues associated with the […]
Griffith Asia Institute
More than two decades ago, the idea of positioning Queensland produce in South-East Asian markets was daunting. Today these same markets are open for business and Queensland is well placed to be a leading player. In an article for The Courier Mail’s Queensland Business monthly, Dr Robin Roberts from the Griffith Asia Institute discusses Australia’s […]
High school students from four Brisbane schools have joined Griffith University students for a series of G20-related discussions and debates in a graduate level course on Politics of the Global Economy. More than 20 students from Corinda State High School, Indooroopilly State High School, Brisbane State High School and Brisbane Grammar School sat alongside Griffith […]
The response of labour forces to globalisation, and worker’s collective action in particular, was the topic of discussion during a 12 March seminar delivered by Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing guest, Dr Maurizio Atzeni. ‘Globalisation’ refers to the relationships between people and places within a country or across continents, and their propensity to foster […]