Four Classic Quarterly Essays on Australian Politics by Judith Brett, Raimond Gaita, Clive Hamilton, Amanda Lohrey | Black Inc.

Four Classic Quarterly Essays on Australian Politics

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Judith Brett

Judith Brett is emeritus professor of politics at La Trobe University and one of Australia’s leading political thinkers. A former editor of Meanjin and columnist for The Age, she won the National Biography Award in 2018 for The …

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Raimond Gaita

Raimond Gaita is professor of moral philosophy at King’s College, University of London and foundation professor of philosophy at the Australian Catholic University. In 2007, his award-winning memoir Romulus, My Father was turned into …

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Clive Hamilton

Clive Hamilton is the executive director of the Australia Institute and a leading authority on the economics and politics of climate change. His books include the bestsellers Scorcher, Growth Fetish, Affluenza (as co-author), …

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Amanda Lohrey

Amanda Lohrey is the author of the acclaimed novels Camille’s Bread, Vertigo and The Morality of Gentlemen, as well as the award-winning short story collection Reading Madame Bovary. She has also written two Quarterly …

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