religion

Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran

UNSW Art & Design lecturer and ceramicist Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran creates colourful sculptures which draw on his Hindu and Christian heritage as well as the internet, pornography, fashion and art history.
 

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The candidates, women's rights and the Free Trade Agreement with Australia are key in the Indonesian election, says UNSW Law's Associate Professor Melissa Crouch.

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Originally designed to display service times or bible quotations, church signs are becoming a site of political commentary, tackling everything from pill testing to refugee rights.

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The civil-religious function of natural science is to uphold and defend the belief in the eternity of nature, writes Miguel Vatter.

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As the reaction to Ed Husic's swearing-in on the Koran shows, there's still work to do to educate people about their right to follow whichever religion they choose, writes George Williams.

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It's no good to say acts like last week's horror in Woolwich have nothing to do with Islam. Muslims must own their history, cultivate what is good and make a stand against what is not, argues Clive Kessler.

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A meditative video of a young girl playing in a Turkish mosque has won COFA graduate Fabian Astore this year’s Blake Prize for Religious Art.

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Jury trial is about involving the community in the process of determining guilt or innocence. So why did a UK court prohibit a woman in a veil from fulfilling her civic duty, asks Dr Fergal Davis.

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A video work showing Sufi Muslims chanting has won UNSW@COFA graduate Khaled Sabsabi the Blake Prize for Religious Art.