Griffith Review 64: <br>The New Disruptors

Griffith Review 64:
The New Disruptors

As technological innovation unleashes radical change on the world, Griffith Review 64: The New Disruptors examines what just what the digital revolution will mean to our future.


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Griffith Review 65: Crimes and Punishments has arrived!

Featuring Gideon HaighBehrouz Boochani, Kristina Olsson, Mandy Sayer, Amy McQuire, Matthew Condon and more, this essential edition (published 6 August) investigates the many ways that crime, justice and punishment play out today.

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Cover image: Jesse Marlow, Lal Lal 2012

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Matters of Trust

Griffith Review seeks new work that reveals the ways our institutions are transforming, reshaping and renewing for publication in Matters of Trust.

Submissions close: Sunday, 1 September 2019
Publication date: 28 January 2020

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Cover image: Anne Wallace, Chain of Command 2018

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As the digital revolution continues to unleash radical change, will the future be one of decentralisation, anti-elitism and freedom, or surveillance monopoly and control?

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From fiction to true crime, Griffith Review examines how concepts of law and order impact individuals and institutions, those on the inside to those on the outside, from the incarcerated to the ones that got away.
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