Centre Interviews

Barry Jackson on the Republican caucus and 2016 election

14 May 2015

Former chief of staff to House Speaker John Boehner and key advisor to President George W. Bush Barry Jackson looks at the Republican field in 2016 and grades the performance of the Republicans in Congress. Watch online

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Sarah Graham on studying the United States

22 January 2015

In this Interview, lecturer Sarah Graham discusses the Centre undergraduate units she will be teaching in 2015 and the benefits of studying the United States. She begins by discussing her research interests and her current project into the US-India relationship. Watch online

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James Brown on the Australia-US alliance

10 December 2014

In this interview, incoming director of the Alliance 21 project James Brown discusses the current state of the US-Australia alliance and the challenges that face it. He begins by discussing what has been achieved by the project so far and the focuses of the second phase. Watch online

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Melissa Grah-McIntosh on global gender inequality

12 November 2014

In this interview, director of the Centre's Women in Leadership initiative Melissa Grah-McIntosh previews the International Dialogue on Women in Leadership in Brisbane on 16-17 November. She begins by discussing why gender equality is an important global issue that needs to be addressed by G20 leaders. Watch online

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Melissa Grah-McIntosh on improving gender equality

29 October 2014

According to a new report released by the World Economic Forum on closing the gender gap, Australia is falling behind on women's political empowerment and remains outside the top ten countries on economic participation. Director of the Centre's Women in Leadership initiative Melissa Grah-McIntosh discusses the upcoming International Dialogue on Women in Leadership and why gender equality remains an important issue for the US, Australia, and the world. Watch online

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Rodney Taveira on The Wire and American TV

29 October 2014

In this interview, Centre lecturer Rodney Taveira discusses the cult television show The Wire, what it reveals about American culture and how television offers a window into contemporary issues in the US. He begins by outlining our postgraduate event TV Nation: What The Wire, Girls and House of Cards can teach us about America. Watch online

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Richard Samuels on the US-Japan relationship

15 October 2014

In this interview, Ford International Professor of Political Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Richard Samuels discusses Japan's foreign policy and its role in securing East Asian stability and its relationship with China and the US. He begins by discussing the importance of Japan to both China and the US. Watch online

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Jeffrey Bleich on trade and the alliance

15 August 2014

In this interview, visiting professor Jeffrey Bleich discusses the US–Australia relationship, saying that trade, technology, and cultural exchanges are just as important to the region as the defence partnership. Professor Bleich was formerly the US ambassador to Australia. Watch online

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Celine Shimizu on Asian American experiences in film

1 August 2014

In this interview, Centre visiting fellow Celine Shimizu discusses her work on the representation of Asian Americans and gender in film. She begins by discussing the research she is pursuing while at the Centre. Watch online

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Kathleen Burk on the US-UK relationship

17 July 2014

Centre guest Kathleen Burk is the professor emerita of modern and contemporary history at University College London. In this interview, she discusses the shared history of the United States and the United Kingdom, beginning by considering whether the relationship should be considered a special one. Watch online

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VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS

Iris Bohnet

Do targets work to reduce gender inequality?

Gender bias against women in the workplace hasn't gone away despite decades of laws aimed at improving equal pay and opportunities. Visiting professor Iris Bohnet discusses how we can address unconcious bias in hiring and promotion.


Susan Pond

A bright future for alternative fuels

In the lead-up to the Centre's Low Carbon Transport On The Move conference, adjunct professor in sustainability Susan Pond discussed the promise of renewable energy in Australia.

 

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