In May Professor Justin O’Connor was one of 20 international experts invited to a seminar “Ahead of the Curve” in Berlin organised by UNESCO and the Robert Bosc
By Professor Justin O’Connor The Master of Cultural and Creative Industries has just completed its … Continue reading Field work in the classroom at Monash University
Screening Melbourne, an exciting conference and events program, was held in the the CBD recently, which involved moving attendees through the city to experience its history, materiality and contemporary complexity.
After Death or Liberty premieres in Australia, Manchester and Scotland last year, it has since garnered many awards. The documentary is now on its London, Dublin and Wales tour. It is adapted from the book Death or Liberty: rebels and radicals transported to Australia 1788-1868 by Associate Professor Tony Moore.
At a time when Australian pop, rock, country and hip hop acts are finding new international markets in unprecedented numbers, a team of researchers begin the first phase of their study of national and global music export markets.
A new documentary, Mambo: Art Irritates Life, premiering Tuesday 9 November at 9.30pm, ABC, explores the evolution of the Mambo phenomenon and features Monash academic Associate Professor Tony Moore.
Monash University’s senior lecturer in communications & media Studies, Dr Andy Ruddock, recently launched the Serbian version of his book, Youth and Media.
A state-of-the-art media lab will be officially launched at Monash University’s Caulfield campus on April 7.
Three researchers from Australia, New Zealand and Scotland have explored the different roles of the state in national and global music markets.
Documentary drama Death or Liberty will have its Australian television premier this month on ABC TV.
Monash University lecturer in Communication and Media Studies, Dr Jinna Tay, launched her co-edited book, Television Histories in Asia, at Monash’s Caulfield campus on September 17.
The macabre live murders of Alison Parker and Adam Ward in Virginia are a chilling watershed. Whatever the shooter’s motivations, the idea that journalists are targets for infamy seekers is now an idea in our culture.
Monash University’s Associate Professor Shane Homan will work with Professors Richard Vella and Stephen Chen at Newcastle University to examine the economic and cultural value of Australian music exports.
Bohemian Melbourne exhibition entrance. Photo: Patrick Rodriguez The Bohemian Melbourne exhibition, held during the 2014-2015 summer season … Continue reading Bohemian Melbourne exhibition wins award
Monash University senior lecturer Dr Tony Moore has contributed to the first issue of the Melbourne Dura, a unique print magazine that presents historical “Melbourne tales of intrigue and wonder”.
An essay on Australian comedic subversion by Monash academic Dr Tony Moore is one of … Continue reading On Happiness and Aussie larrikins
Dani Rothwell has won the Herb Thomas Memorial Trust award as the most outstanding journalism … Continue reading Dani wins Herb Thomas Memorial Trust award
School of Media, Film and Journalism academics Elizabeth Coleman, Justin O’Connor, and Paul Atkinson have … Continue reading Reading group: Aesthetics, Media & Cultural studies
David Holmes and Anna Matwijiw More than 50% of young Australians have seriously considered shutting … Continue reading Our love-hate relationship with Facebook
Monash University’s Dr Tony Moore is helming two major events at the Melbourne Writers Festival in August.