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Undoing Australia

The University of Melbourne is training revolutionaries to dismantle the nation

6 August 2022

9:00 AM

6 August 2022

9:00 AM

Back in 2017, the University of Sydney launched a campaign to ‘unlearn’ education. In 2022, the University of Melbourne upped the ante by launching a campaign to unlearn the entire nation. In an extraordinary act of institutional suicide, one of Australia’s most prestigious universities has introduced an initiative titled Undoing Australia.

The enterprise is being run by The Australian Centre, a research unit of the university’s faculty of arts which has set out to prove Australia is an ‘unfinished political project’ that is ‘constructed, contested and refused every day’.

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Brianna McKee is Research Fellow of the Foundations of Western Civilisation Program at the Institute of Public Affairs.

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