Interview with
Desmond Manderson

Featured in

  • Published 20130903
  • ISBN: 9781922079985
  • Extent: 288pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm), eBook

Desmond Manderson is a Future Fellow at the Australia National University College of Law/Humanities Research Centre. The author of several books, his work takes an interdisciplinary approach to law and the humanities. In this interview, he speaks about his essay ‘Groundhog Day: why the asylum problem is like the drug problem‘, published in Griffith REVIEW 41: Now We Are Ten, in which he advocates a ‘harm reduction’ approach to asylum seeker policy in Australia.


 

Already a subscriber? Sign in here

If you are an educator or student wishing to access content for study purposes please contact us at griffithreview@griffith.edu.au

Share article

More from author

Afraid of waking it

FictionHE SET THE camera up by the wall in the space he used as his studio. It was one of the many rooms in...

More from this edition

Disaster in Coal Town 1923

Fiction'AN HOUR EARLIER and it might have been four hundred men.''Does that make it any less filthy or cruel?'The men were already dead when...

The dark conundrum

EssayTO WRITE ABOUT the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation at length, when it is an agency which shields itself from scrutiny and is licensed to...

Stay up to date with the latest, news, articles and special offers from Griffith Review.