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Articles from Arena Magazine (June 1, 2006)

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'Sleep no more': is sleep the newest casualty of late capitalism? Cooper, Simon 1620
A mobile slaughterhouse. Scanlon, Christopher Editorial 870
Around the fire: Camp Sovereignty in Melbourne's King's Domain was an expression of the complexities of Aboriginal strategies of resistance. Vincent, Eve 1472
Australian Author (April 2006). Kirkham, Alex Brief article 140
Barbara Ehrenreich, Bait and Switch: The (Futile) Pursuit of the Corporate Dream (Granta, 2006). Book review 87
Barry Jones (ed.), Coming to the Party: Where to next for Labor? (Melbourne University Publishing, July 2006). Book review 121
Chain Reaction (Number 96, Winter 2006). Kirkham, Alex Brief article 153
Darfur: a slow genocide. Rundle, Guy 430
Democratic Republic of Congo: Forgotten War. Power, Rachel 105
Earth Dialogues Brisbane 2006. Power, Rachel 99
Eldorado. Power, Rachel 104
Eureka Street (Volume 16, May-June 2006). Kirkham, Alex Brief article 166
Fisk's war: Jorge Sotirios interviews Robert Fisk about Osama bin Laden's sense of history, reporting war and a public stoush with John Malkovich. Sotirios, Jorge Interview 2515
Folly Field Beach. Reinhardt, Alan Poem 132
Foxes and hedgehogs in Canada: waiting for statesmanship in indigenous relations and recognition. Jull, Peter 889
Galbraith: the conscience of economics: John Kenneth Galbraith's death was quickly followed by debate about the significance of his contribution to economics and politics--a debate he would have approved of. Zoller, Peter In memoriam 1266
Great achievements and wasted opportunities: Martin Mulligan and Nelum Buddhadasa compile a balance sheet on Sri Lanka's post-tsunami recovery. Mulligan, Martin; Buddhadasa, Nelum 2832
Inside Indonesia (Number 86, April-June 2006). Kirkham, Alex Brief article 102
Iraq, or the last piece of the mask: the repercussions of US occupation for Iraqi women represent the final unveiling of hypocrisy. Yassine, Nadia 902
Karen Halasa on Syriana. Halasa, Karen Movie review 1535
Mining mateship: Beaconsfield provided a channel for our collective anxieties about workplace changes and the loss of face-to-face community. Dyrenfurth, Nick 1052
Oan Kiak: women and independence in Timor-Leste: in the most isolated areas of Timor-Leste, women are providing a powerful counterpoint to the apparent failure of independence. Trembath, Anna; Grenfell, Damian 2102
Out of the hands of babes: beating the killjoys. Herrick, Andrew 899
Richard Sennett, The Culture of the New Capitalism (Yale University Press, 2006). Book review 87
Rooting for the vandals: a routine house inspection has made a permaculture garden in a Melbourne suburb the setting for a debate about the politics of food production. Power, Rachel 1800
Something old, something new. Power, Jennifer 1276
Stanley Milstein, Furlough 55 (Perceval Press, 2005). Book review 109
Steven Poole, Unspeak (Penguin,May 2006). Brief article 125
Terror and the law: law and transgression are two sides of the same coin. Eagleton, Terry Critical essay 4366
The Croc Festival. Power, Rachel 111
The cultural contradictions of Christian fundamentalism: many have been caught unawares by the re-assertion of Christian fundamentalism. Guy Rundle looks at the rise of a religious form uniquely suited to contemporary cultural mores. Rundle, Guy Critical essay 4232
The Da Vinci lode. Rundle, Guy 700
The Humanities Conference '06 (Tunisia). Power, Rachel 84
The industry of working: photographs by Grant Hobson. Galimany, Michael D. 474
The Manifesto club. Rundle, Guy 428
The moral economy of the bush: debates about logging and forestry are typically presented as pitted wars between urban environmentalists and logging communities. In north-east Tasmania, Peter Hay finds other voices. Hay, Peter 1740
The reality of TV: television isn't to blame for every social ill but neither is it neutral. Hinkson, Melinda 3003
The revolution will not be uploaded. Rundle, Guy 367
The Road Through Legri. Wagner, Mark Poem 172
The state we're in: so-called 'failed states' are not just temporary anomalies but symptoms of how today's global market works. Hinkson, John 1402
The Unquiet World. Power, Rachel 118
When small isn't beautiful: Gyorgy Scrinis cuts through the hype surrounding nanotechnology. Scrinis, Gyorgy 2804
Women: Canaries in the Coal Mine of International Foreign Policy. Brodsky, Anne E.; Faryal, Tahmeena 348

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