Michaelis Michael studied zoology and philosophy at Monash University in Melbourne before doing a PhD in philosophy at Princeton University. He works across a number of areas in philosophy, from human rights to formal logic.
My research and teaching interests arein the area of postcolonial literatures in English and Australian literature. I have also taught a great deal across the English literary canon as well as liteary theory, gender and rhetorical studies.
David Eastwood is an artist and lecturer who works primarily in drawing and painting, using the interior as a genre through which to construct composite images that reconfigure spatio-temporalities, reevaluating relationships across historical per
Patrick is the Information Officer for the School of Mining Engineering proactively supporting the School’s Information Technologies and Systems to further the effectiveness and efficiency of teaching, research and consulting services.