The Communications and Media Studies program explores the ways that individuals, groups and societies interact via verbal, textual, audio and visual communication.
We attempt to make sense of the impact of changes in communication on the ways in which we live, work, interact and connect.
Our students engage with communications and media theory as they relate to media histories, institutions, policy and ethics.
- School of Media, Film and Journalism academics Elizabeth Coleman, Justin O’Connor, and Paul Atkinson have established a new reading group – Aesthetics, Media and Cultural studies. Description Read more
- This summer, the State Library Victoria has showcased Melbourne’s vibrant bohemian history with an exhibition on Melburnian characters and their contribution to the city’s art, Read more