Human Geography, within the School of Social Sciences in the Faculty of Arts draws on the long-standing background of this discipline at Monash, which has always been a vibrant centre of undergraduate and graduate teaching and research, attracting highly motivated students and academics.
Since its inception 50 years ago, it has produced some of Australia’s leading researchers and policy makers in climate and environmental change, land and water management, urban and regional economic development, and political ecology and international development. Our staff and students are engaged in teaching, research, analysis and actions that promote sustainable use and management of natural resources, landscapes and built environments across Australia and the world.
Australia presents two contradictory faces to the world – two opposing myths, says Alan Gamlen, Associate Professor of Human Geography at Monash University and member of Monash University’s Population,... Read more
Over 100 people braved the rain for the booked out Monash Arts Public Lecture, ‘The Horrible Mess of Climate Change Politics‘, hosted by our School of Social Sciences‘ Department... Read more
How Did We Get Here and Where Are We Going? Wednesday, 23 August 2017 6:00 to 7:30 PM State Library of Victoria Village Roadshow Theatrette 328 Swanston Road, Melbourne... Read more
Wednesday 7 December, 2016 - 12pm to 2pm. Theatrette of the State Library of Victoria, 328 Swanston St, Melbourne. Monash Geographers invite you to a public lecture and panel... Read more