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Issue Details: First known date: 1967... 1967 Between Wodjil and Tor
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The Planet Is Alive: Radical Histories for Uncanny Times Tom Griffiths , 2019 single work essay
— Appears in: Griffith Review , January no. 63 2019; (p. 61-72)

'I want to take you on a journey from the planet to the parish, from the global to the local, from the Earth in space to the earth beneath our feet, from the lonely glowing speck of dust at the edge of the galaxy to the soil that we kneel upon and sift through our fingers and to which we ultimately return, dust to dust. These are contrasting perspectives of our home - one vertiginous, the other intimate; one from the outside in deep space and the other from the inside in deep time - on very different scales but still connected. And we have to see them as connected if we are to live respectfully and sustainably as part of nature.'' (Publication abstract)

Dark Emu and the Blindness of Australian Agriculture Tony Hughes-d'Aeth , 2018 single work essay
— Appears in: The Conversation , 15 June 2018;

'What if Australia were to stop farming? At approximately 3% of gross domestic product, the removal of agriculture from the economy would be a significant hit. It would affect our balance of payments — 60% of agricultural produce is exported and it contributes 13% of Australia’s export revenue.' (Introduction)

Islands of Yesterday : The Ecological Writing of Barbara York Main Tony Hughes-d'Aeth , 2008 single work criticism
— Appears in: Westerly , November vol. 53 no. 2008; (p. 12-26)
Argues that Barbara York Main was one of the first scientific writers to understand and articulate the effects of place on human emotions.
Islands of Yesterday : The Ecological Writing of Barbara York Main Tony Hughes-d'Aeth , 2008 single work criticism
— Appears in: Westerly , November vol. 53 no. 2008; (p. 12-26)
Argues that Barbara York Main was one of the first scientific writers to understand and articulate the effects of place on human emotions.
Dark Emu and the Blindness of Australian Agriculture Tony Hughes-d'Aeth , 2018 single work essay
— Appears in: The Conversation , 15 June 2018;

'What if Australia were to stop farming? At approximately 3% of gross domestic product, the removal of agriculture from the economy would be a significant hit. It would affect our balance of payments — 60% of agricultural produce is exported and it contributes 13% of Australia’s export revenue.' (Introduction)

The Planet Is Alive: Radical Histories for Uncanny Times Tom Griffiths , 2019 single work essay
— Appears in: Griffith Review , January no. 63 2019; (p. 61-72)

'I want to take you on a journey from the planet to the parish, from the global to the local, from the Earth in space to the earth beneath our feet, from the lonely glowing speck of dust at the edge of the galaxy to the soil that we kneel upon and sift through our fingers and to which we ultimately return, dust to dust. These are contrasting perspectives of our home - one vertiginous, the other intimate; one from the outside in deep space and the other from the inside in deep time - on very different scales but still connected. And we have to see them as connected if we are to live respectfully and sustainably as part of nature.'' (Publication abstract)

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