Dr Felicity Chaplin from French Studies at Monash recently spoke with Jean-Noel Ducasse on SBS … Continue reading Dr Felicity Chaplin speaks to SBS Radio about tensions surrounding the #MeToo movement
Dr Alice Whitmore, Assistant Lecturer in Spanish and Latin American Studies, has been awarded the … Continue reading Alice Whitmore awarded 2017 Vice Chancellor’s Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence
PhD student in linguistics Gede Primahadi Wijaya Rajeg was interviewed by SBS Radio last week. … Continue reading Happiness is ….
Olivier Elzingre blogs on passive bilingualism, and receives a welcome endorsement from world-renowned scholar Jean-Marc Dewaele.
Chinese, Japanese & French languages graduate Sarah Holloway co-founded Matcha Maiden, a global e-commerce organic matcha powder supplier, and about a year ago started the physical venue Matcha Mylkbar in Melbourne, soon opening in Sydney. Sarah shares her experience making the most of Monash’s global exchange opportunities with her language studies and how this advantaged her in both her law career and current business. She says, ‘languages have really propelled my career and personal life. I can’t even describe the tangible benefits. It helps you in everything you do.’
This interview is a continuation of Part I: Raising the political stakes with Jeanne d’Arc and Dr Ali Alizadeh. In Part II, we discuss political writing, the phenomena and ideology of real revolution, the question of war, and the revolutionary potential of Jeanne d’Arc in contemporary discourse, politics and concepts of universalism.
Jeanne d’Arc (Joan of Arc)’s controversial life and death are being depicted in a comprehensive new literary work by Dr Ali Alizadeh titled The Last Days of Jeanne D’Arc due out this year. We sat down with Dr Alizadeh to explore his decades-long research into the character of Jeanne d’Arc that brought up questions about political writing, the phenomena and ideology of real revolution, the question of war, and the revolutionary potential of Jeanne d’Arc in contemporary discourse, politics and concepts of universalism.
Today saw the first LLCL School Seminar of the year. Colleagues, visiting guests of the school, … Continue reading LLCL School Seminar – Plagiarism: West and East
A Symposium in honour of Helen Marriott.
Presented by the Japanese Studies Centre and the Language and Society Centre
15th March, 2014
11:00 a.m. – 5:30pm
Marcus Xiaokang Liu a recent graduate in the Masters of Interpreting and Translation Studies is … Continue reading Marcus shares his experience at Chin Communications
Dr Jeremy Breaden and Dr Robert Irving have been successful in grant submissions for AsiaBound … Continue reading AsiaBound 2013 – success for Chinese and Japanese programs
The Japanese speech contest was held at Swinburne yesterday with 12 Monash students participating. Congratulations to the … Continue reading Student success in the Japanese speech contest
Our student, Alistair Bayley, currently in Advanced Chinese 4 and Chinese Translation 2, won both … Continue reading Monash student is world champion in Chinese Bridge for Foreign University Students Competition