Archaeology and History in China today

Building S, Level 8, Caulfield Campus
Event Date: Mon 29 Jan

Our visiting scholars from Renmin University, PRC, are specialists on a wide range of historical and archaeology issues and sites ranging from Loulan in Xinjiang Province to the study of Mongolian cities and the much celebrated site of Xanadu. They will explain to us their research interest, methodologies and priorities. Please join us to share in our research ideas and welcome them to Monash University.

Making ​Connections ​with the Music and ​Culture ​of Wonosobo in J​ava’​s D​ieng P​lat​eau

Monash University, Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Music Auditorium, Building 68, 55 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton Campus
Event Date: Thu 08 Feb

This one-day international symposium, exhibition, film showing, and concert of music and dance will explore the unique characteristics of the little-known culture of the Dieng Plateau in Central Java, Indonesia.

Keeping Perpetrators of Family Violence in View: how do we see the 'Web of Accountability'?

Monash University Law Chambers
Event Date: Thu 08 Feb

Featuring a panel of international experts, the event will report the latest policy work in policing, legislation, and other family violence responses from the United Kingdom. Panellists will also discuss the cultural and policy shifts in this area, as well as the progress of government and community responses, the work still to be done, and the challenges ahead.

Domestic Homicide and Policy Interventions in the United Kingdom

Monash University, Room N402, (Menzies Building) 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus
Event Date: Thu 15 Feb

A joint seminar featuring two prominent scholars of criminology researching domestic homicide and policy interventions in the United Kingdom, hosted by the Monash Gender & Family Violence focus program.

Health and Biofutures Seminar: Stakeholder involvement and media framing in global health policy debates about NCDs

Monash University, Room N402, (Menzies Building) 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus
Event Date: Thu 08 Mar

For the first time in history non-communicable diseases (NCDs) now pose a greater global health burden than communicable infectious diseases and the media play a crucial role in framing public and policy debates about the causes of, and solutions to, NCDs. This seminar presents the findings from a scoping review on media representations of industries that contribute to NCD risk.

So What? Jazz and Improvised Music Research and its Impact on Artists, Scenes and Society

Paris Cat Jazz Club
Event Date: Fri 01 Jun - Sun 03 Jun

So What? is a timely invitation to explore the impact of jazz and improvisation research on artists and communities of practice and the way we put jazz and improvisation knowledge to work in a variety of different fields and settings.

The Radio Conference 2018: A Transnational Forum

Monash University Prato Centre
Event Date: Tue 10 Jul - Fri 13 Jul

The Monash University School of Media, Film and Journalism, in association with local and international committees and the MeCCSA Radio Studies Network, is pleased to host the 9th Radio Conference: A Transnational Forum in Prato, Italy, 10-13 July 2018. Hosted at Monash University’s Prato Centre, the conference takes inspiration from its location in Italy and the ‘Free Radio’ movement’s push for greater access to media.