Alumni

dahlia-roque Dahlia Roque: PhD 2014 Women’s Studies
Dahlia’s research focused on why well-educated middle class Egyptian women leave the labour market once they begin having children. Her research found that the demands of balancing sometimes challenging working environments and key family roles made paid work a difficult almost impossible proposition for many women. The economic and social losses consequent on women’s absence for the labour market are vital to address.
Asher Flynn: PhD 2010 Criminology
Monash University was a fantastic institution to complete a PhD. I was lucky enough to also complete my undergraduate studies at Monash, and was thrilled when I was given the opportunity to undertake a PhD in an area that I was passionate about, within such an incredibly supportive environment. There are so many wonderful opportunities available …
Asher Flynn
Sanja Milivojevic Sanja Milivojević: PhD 2007 Criminology
Monash University and Monash Criminology provided unique learning environment that include not only fantastic supervision and mentorship. In addition to working with some of finest criminologists in the country, we were provided with support, positive and encouraging atmosphere and best working conditions we needed to get us through a very challenging PhD process. At Monash, we …
James Garza: PhD 2006 Anthropology
Communications Lecturer, Department of Chicana/Chicano Studies, San Diego State University, California James gained a bachelor and masters degree in the USA. While studying for his masters, James was impressed by the depth of research in Anthropology at Monash “It seemed that ‘things were happening’ at Monash and that the university had quite a world-renowned reputation for …
James Garza
Kate Seear Kate Seear: PhD 2009 Sociology
Manager and Head Solicitor The David Law Firm, London Perhaps the most important aspect of any PhD candidature is your relationship with your supervisors. I was very fortunate to have had three wonderful, supportive, patient and encouraging supervisors who encouraged me at every stage of my PhD and who have continued to mentor me since the completion …
Vicki Sentas: PhD 2009 CriminologyMonash criminology is a dynamic, creative place, perfect for the challenges and joys of writing a thesis. I really enjoyed the cross-disciplinary focus of the school, where critical theory, history, law, sociology and politics dance with criminology. As well as excellent and attentive supervision, I found support and encouragement came from staff and students in … Victoria Sentas
kim tofoletti Kim Toffoletti: PhD 2004 Women’s Studies
Undertaking undergraduate and postgraduate studies in the CWSGR opened me up to new and fresh ways of thinking about the world we live in. I was immediately hooked. One of the best aspects of this course was its interdisciplinary nature, which introduced me to critical theory, cultural studies and visual culture frameworks to approach gender issues. The …