Tanya Riches recounts her experience battling veiled sexism in the form of a fellow seminary scholar who refused to cite her work.
Further proof that musicians are unusual beasts, recent research has shown that by learning to read music, the artistic types among us may be “tuning” what they see.
It’s fine to prioritise motherhood, and further discussion around parental leave is vital, but Tanya Riches asks, “What is it about humans that makes us want it all, at once, all the time?”
For all the political grandstanding, Tanya Riches goes to the heart of “Closing the Gap” – that it is more about non-Indigenous than Indigenous Australians.
Tanya Riches is caught in an age-old debate with her oldest mate. What is a woman’s most important contribution – a baby or an advanced degree?
As over 17,000 women flock to this weeks Hillsong’s Colour Your World conference, Tanya Riches looks at whether the church even has room for intelligent women.