Georgina Murray is author of many articles and papers as well as Capitalist Networks and Social Class in Australia and New Zealand (2006), co-author of Women of the Coal Rushes (2010), and co-editor of Financial Elites and Transnational Business (2012), Women, Labor Segmentation and Regulation (2017) and Think Tanks (2017). She is adjunct associate professor of humanities at Griffith University.
Cyborg is a scary word. It is associated with science fiction, but despite the condescension with which some mainstream authors view the genre, it provides a useful way to explore the unintended consequences of how our paths into the future interact with human character and frailties
Black gold and big girls’ toys
ReportageDRIVE ALONG THE Peak Downs Highway from Moranbah in Central Queensland to coastal Mackay, and you will almost certainly come across a train carrying highly prized cargo: lumps of hard, black gold. Each wagon carries at least $12,000 worth....