Gurrumul Yunupingu: is this a case of racial profiling or a symptom of rushed medicine? | Ranjana Srivastava
Gurrumul’s story may not represent racial profiling so much as a failure of the medical system to adequately consult patients and take thorough histories
Narratives of Place, Culture and Identity by Anastasia Christou
Christou explores the phenomenon of 'return migration' in Greece through the settlement and identification processes of second-generation Greek-American returning migrants. She examines the meanings attached to the experience of return migration. The concepts of 'home' and 'belonging' figure prominently in the return migratory project which entails relocation and displacement as well as adjustment and alienation of bodies and selves. Furthermore, Christou considers the multiple interactions…
Navigating nationality: Australia’s multicultural built landscape
How do our cultural values manifest in the built environment? ADR examines the unconscious motivations influencing our appreciation of foreign architecture in a local context.
Racism: an architectural litmus test? - Australian Design Review
Pankaj Oswal's trophy home in Perth has attracted a blizzard of criticism for its ostentation and gargantuan scale. As Christopher Vernon reports, however, the censure reeks of hypocrisy, or worse – racism.
How can scientists work with cultural humility? | The Berkeley Science Review
Coming from a background in science and coming into public health and not ever hearing 'cultural humility' in the sciences was very telling for me. Because culture is not something that'
Action Aid Experiment: How Racist Are Greeks?
How racist are Greek people? How do they feel about migrants? Action Aid, an international non-governmental organization whose primary aim is to work against poverty and injustice worldwide, carried out a social experiment in Athens to determine Greek people’s reaction to racism on the occasion of International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. The […]