Monash University’s history program is one of the largest in Australia and enjoys an outstanding national and international reputation. Monash is home to researchers and teachers with diverse expertise in American, Asian, Australian, European, Global, and Medieval & Renaissance History. History at Monash includes academics based in the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies (SoPHIS) within the History program, the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation, the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, as well as the School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics, Monash Indigenous Centre and the National Centre for Australian Studies.
- Examine the history and impact of global travel through a summer intensive unit at Monash Clayton. Contact Associate Professor Jane Drakard for more information. Read more
- It’s been a great week for Monash Historians, as the Australian Historical Association shortlisted three Monash Arts academics for the W.K. Hancock Prize. The W.K. Hancock Prize shortlist, ... Read more
- In the most recent round of Future Fellowships awarded by the Australian Research Council Julie Kalman won a fellowship. The Future Fellowships scheme supports research ... Read more
Events and announcements
- History and International studies summer intensive unit at Clayton Campus 21 hours on-campus contact between 21st November 2016 – 2nd December 2016, with assessment completed ... Read more