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James Joyce and the Characteristics of Autistic Fiction

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10 Gateway Animes for the Rookie Weeaboo

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Unearthing Local Talent Across the Halls of the University of Melbourne

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Hauntology and the Slow Cancellation of the Future

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Cassette Futurism: Streaming, Repair and the Allure of Old Tech

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Purple Skies, Cyan Grids: The Synthwave Aesthetic

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Filling Up the Static: Apples and Daft Punk

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In Conversation With Newcastle Indie Folk Musician Austin Mackay

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Being In On It

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Saying the Unsaid--Profile of Megan Cox

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Radio Fodder's Declassified Gig Survival Guide: August & September Edition

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The Death of the Pre-Teen (How Sexualisation Has Killed the PreTeen Demographic)

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Career vs. Careerist: Who Do We Want in Our Nation's Parliament?

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The Death of the Cowboy

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Dysphoria, Euphoria, and The Body in Pokémon Legends: Arceus

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