mick broderick

Forgotten film could reveal new insights into post war Australia

March 9th, 2016

Associate Professor Mick Broderick

A research project co-led by a Murdoch University academic could reveal new insights into Australian life and culture from the 1940s to the 1980s.

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Audience to choose ending for Murdoch-shot film

October 2nd, 2013

Staff, students and the public are encouraged to get involved in the promotion of a new short film drama involving Associate Professor Mick Broderick.

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International project examines human fallout from nuclear energy

August 15th, 2013

A/Professor Mick Broderick is exploring the impact of atmospheric nuclear weapons testing on communities affected by radiation exposure.

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Visions of Apocalypse land in North America

December 4th, 2012

Two mixed media exhibitions curated by Associate Professor Mick Broderick have recently been installed in North America.

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Murdoch professor helps launch Refugee Week

June 20th, 2012

Associate Professor Mick Broderick helped open Refugee Week 2012 with a talk about a project which is helping Rwandans remember and heal trauma from the 1994 genocide.

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Indigenous films to tour East Africa

December 13th, 2010

Audiences in Rwanda and Tanzania will have the chance to see a program of Indigenous films from Western Australia next year, thanks to a Murdoch University project. The program of features, documentaries and shorts, including works from Murdoch University’s creative practitioners, will screen at both the Rwandan and Zanzibar international film festivals.

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Commemoration of Genocide marked with messages of hope

April 12th, 2010

Commemoration of Genocide marked with messages of hope

Murdoch University academics have helped the Rwandan Government to mark the 16th Commemoration of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide in Kigali, Rwanda on April 7.

Associate Professor Mick Broderick from the School of Media Communication and Culture and Dr Angela Ebert from the School of Psychology presented a 10 minute video featuring survivor's messages of hope to a gathering of 20,000 mourners and international dignitaries in the National Stadium.

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