Campion Conversations is a fortnightly podcast produced by Campion College Australia, marrying pop culture and the liberal arts. In each episode, academics and staff from Campion discuss a film, a TV series or another element of pop culture through the lens of the humanities.
In this episode we dive into one of the best-loved authors in English literature, Jane Austen and discuss her standout novels and characters.
Classics lecturer recommend the best of Livy’s works for those interested in learning more about classical literature and the Liberal Arts.
Campion lecturers Thomas Flynn and Colin Dray discuss Mad Max in detail, from the original 1979 classic to 2015’s Fury Road.
From its endless mysteries, strange occurrences and flashbacks, LOST remains an endless source of intrigue and frustration to viewers.
Drs Luciano Boschiero and Colin Dray unpack the concepts introduced in the first film and discuss the pros and cons of the polarising sequels.
Drs Colin Dray and Jeremy Bell look at classic Japanese animated series from the 80s and 90s like He-Man, Astro Boy and The Mysterious Cities of Gold.
Can video games depict sophisticated narratives, how do they compare to major motion pictures and how are games evolving?
Dr Colin Dray and Thomas Flynn dive into the original 1982 science fiction thriller Blade Runner, starring Harrison Ford.
Short story fiction has taken many forms since its rise to popularity in the 18th Century. In this episode, Campion academics discuss what makes a short story.
The Tempest… Is it a comedy? A romance? A revenge play? Campion’s literature academics unpack this beloved Shakespearean play.
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