This summer, the State Library Victoria has showcased Melbourne’s vibrant bohemian history with an exhibition … Continue reading Bohemian Melbourne celebrates city’s history with film festival and lecture series
Further your understanding of communications and media systems both locally and globally, and focus on … Continue reading Master of Communications and Media Studies
Develop your expertise in the independent arts and creative/cultural industries and working in cultural policy, … Continue reading Master of Cultural Economy
David Holmes and Anna Matwijiw More than 50% of young Australians have seriously considered shutting … Continue reading Our love-hate relationship with Facebook
Dr Tony Moore, a senior lecturer in Communications and Media Studies at Monash Unviersity, will … Continue reading Moore on urban bohemia at Seminar on the City
Dr Tony Moore, Senior Lecturer in Communications and Media Studies in the School of Media, … Continue reading ‘Fringe to Famous’ project presented in China
By Barbara Legaspi An examination of the problems of media reportage in war zones is … Continue reading Communications and Media Studies earn respect
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?
Monash University’s historian Dr Tony Moore spoke on ABC radio recently, offering insight into Barry … Continue reading Humphries’ pranks of yesteryear
The Mobile Media Sport Moment is a new Australian Research Council Future Fellowship project (2014-2017) led by Associate Professor Brett … Continue reading The Mobile Media Sport Moment
Monash University’s Communications and Media Studies program has been ranked 19th in the QS World … Continue reading Communications and Media Studies world class
By Associate Professor Brett Hutchins The AFL season is about to kick off again. Tens … Continue reading The rise of footy datatainment
By Andy Ruddock On March 5, ABC2 aired I am a Girl. Rebecca Barry’s documentary introduced … Continue reading I am a Girl: lessons from 1970s feminism
MFJ’s Dr Tony Moore has revealed to secondary school teachers the history of media activists and rebels transported to colonial Australia as “seditionists”.
By Andy Ruddock Any lingering doubts about the political power of popular culture have surely … Continue reading Young celebs & LGBT rights: what would Hall say?
By David Holmes The demise of manufacturing in this country has captured the news headlines … Continue reading The great global warming subsidy
Monash University communications expert Karen Sutherland has been providing advice on how charities can use … Continue reading Inspiring donors through social media
By Dr Andy Ruddock This week, the largest, coolest and most promising Australian Winter Olympics team … Continue reading Are politics fair game at the Olympics?
In 2014, Associate Professor Brett Hutchins will be an Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellow … Continue reading Hutchins appointed an ARC Future Fellow
Monash University media experts Dr David Holmes and Dr Andy Ruddock are leading the commentary … Continue reading Media experts lead ‘The Conversation’