International conference 3-5 July 2013
Monash Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
The Global Crime Scene: Crime Narratives Beyond Borders seeks to explore this phenomenon in its historical and genealogical dimension, notably tracing its development through and beyond national traditions, questioning the primacy of the traditional Anglo-American critical arc of Poe-Doyle-Christie-Hammett-Chandler, as well as exploring the specificity and difference of crime narratives across time, place and medium (print, film, TV, and reportage around the world).
For more Information see the conference website
Beyond Glory? Writing War in the Twentieth Century
‘BEYOND GLORY?’ is the third in a series of lectures presented by Professor Winter exploring…
Professor Pauline Nestor awarded SACS Award for Leadership
Professor Pauline Nestor has been awarded the SACS Award for Leadership in the State Government…
Monash celebrates art critic Paul Taylor
The work of trailblazing art critic and curator Paul Taylor has inspired a symposium presented…
The art of birds in nest
The nesting technique of the cheeky willy wagtail features in a captivating new book by a…
Paternalistic Professions: Is there a right to refuse medical treatment?
Southern Health’s Clinical Ethics Committee and the Centre for Human Bioethics, Monash University are proud…
Literary Studies – Contact
School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics Menzies Building (Building 11) Monash University Clayton VIC…