emaj : electronic Melbourne art journal
'emaj: electronic Melbourne art journal' is a full-text refereed ejournal published from the University of Melbourne, featuring scholarly articles on art history in Australia and beyond. At June 2009 there are three issues online, with articles freely available for download in PDF format. Example article titles include: 'Wolfgang Sievers and the revisionism of Australian migrant art'; 'Changing museum environments: global articulations of the 'Video Text' (1968–1990)'; and 'The guitar, the muse
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In today's UT News - -The Department of Music will present Carl Orff’s “Carmina Burana” - Dr. Jacques Amar of the Department of Physics and Astronomy in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics was recently was elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society
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