Popular Culture

Cartooning the Camp: Aesthetic Interruption and the Limits of Political Possibility

Alister Wedderburn, ‘Cartooning the Camp: Aesthetic Interruption and the Limits of Political Possibility’, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 47(2) 2019: 169-89.

How popular culture gets Australian spy work wrong

The cloak-and-dagger exploits of characters like James Bond and Jason Bourne have shaped our cultural idea of spy work. But these films, made mostly in the US and UK, have little to do with the reality of Australian intelligence.

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