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03
Mar
2021

Using Machine Learning to Create an Early Warning System for Welfare Recipients

ABSTRACT: Using novel nation-wide social security data combined with machine learning tools, we develop predictive models of income support receipt...
03
Mar
2021

CAIS Careers and Alumni Information Session

The Centre for Arab & Islamic Studies offers undergraduate, postgraduate and HDR programs that enable students to specialise in the study of the Middle...
04
Mar
2021

‘I am not a Kanaka or a N____’

‘I am not a Kanaka or a N____’: slave pasts and kidnapped men in the Pacific Albert Messiah, alias Arthur Fredrick Augustus Plantagenet Messiah, is an enigma...
11
Mar
2021

Pastoralism, Aboriginal labour and the shift towards convict transportation in Western Australia

By the end of the 1830s, the bloody conquest of the Avon valley east of Perth was largely complete. A years-long campaign of state sanctioned violence against...
18
Mar
2021

James Stirling, first governor of Western Australia and imperial investor

Admiral James Stirling arrived on Noongar land in 1829 to proclaim it the British colony of Western Australia. Officially, he represented the British...
25
Mar
2021

Echoes of slavery in the colonisation of Western Australia’s north

As Western Australia agitated for self-government in the 1880s, its colonists were caught in a dilemma. They needed to show the Colonial Office, which had...
25
Mar
2021

Ten Years after the Arab Spring: Results and Prospects

Gilbert Achcar grew up in Lebanon, researched and taught in Beirut, Paris and Berlin, and has been since 2007 Professor of Development Studies and...

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