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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
Death or Liberty, the screen adaptation of the history of political rebels and radicals transported as convicts to Australia, toured to the UK and Ireland in December 2016. Billy Bragg, who is Musical Director of the film, noted that music was an important way that the messages of political movements are remembered and communicated, and by which the emotional aspect of struggles and sacrifice, like passion, sorrow, and hope, are conveyed to inspire new generations.
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.
Dr John Tebbutt is passionate about teaching and researching, and been lecturing in Communications and Media Studies at Monash for the 18 months.
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.
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
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Dr Tony Moore presented a paper at the International Conference of Australian Studies on July 12 and 13 in China, at Mudanjiang Normal University, in the far north of China.
An examination of the problems of media reportage in war zones is just one of the projects that earned Monash University’s Communications and Media Studies department Australia’s highest international ranking.
Monash University’s Associate Professor Kevin Foster has published a new book, Don’t Mention the War: … Continue reading Is the Afghan war the worst reported conflict?