We are a diverse and flourishing multi-lingual community of academics across the School’s disciplines: Chinese Studies, English as an International Language, French Studies, German Studies, Indonesian Studies, Italian Studies, Japanese Studies, Korean Studies, Linguistics, Literary Studies & Creative Writing, Spanish and Latin American Studies, Translation & Interpretation Studies, and Ukrainian Studies.
Our research strengths and interests cover several traditional disciplines, such as Linguistics and History, but a hallmark of our research profile is its interdisciplinary nature, combining traditional disciplines with deep knowledge regarding all aspects of the target culture or literary tradition. Our publications are spread across a wide variety of engaging topics and are featured in national and international outlets in a variety of languages, giving our intellectual impact a global reach.
Each year, we offer a dynamic program of conferences, seminars, workshops and other research events. We host many visiting scholars and our School is home to a thriving graduate research community.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you wish to explore possibilities of research collaboration or to apply for further studies in our School.
Contact the Research Coordinator
Professor Carolyn Stevens
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Centres and Groups
Journals and Series
A humanities project.
The ambition of this network is to unite academics and writers from around the world whose work focuses on the South Asian Diaspora. ... Read more
A video interview with Dr Jason Jones, lecturer in Japanese Studies at Monash University. Jason talks about his research in the sub-genre of wine manga and the ... Read more
A video interview with Dr Marc Orlando, lecturer in translation and interpreting studies at Monash.
Marc introduces his approach of “practice-informed research” in relation to his work translating ... Read more
A video interview with Dr Alice Gaby, lecturer in linguistics at Monash. Alice talks about her research in endangered languages, semaintic and structural typology, and the relationship ... Read more
A video interview with Dr Ali Alizadeh, lecturer in creative writing at Monash. Ali talks about his research, his forthcoming book on Joan of Arc, ... Read more
The Australian Journal of French Studies is an international, peer reviewed journal devoted to French literature
Colloquy is a peer-reviewed online journal published biannually by postgraduate students in the School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics at Monash University.
Dr Christopher Watkin in the French programme at Monash serves as the series editor of Crosscurrents, an international monograph series with Edinburgh University Press. The ... Read more
The International Journal of Indonesian Studies is an online, inter-disciplinary journal dedicated to the publication and promotion of early career researchers from ... Read more
The School affiliated research centre, the Japanese Studies Centre, is the editorial home of the Routledge published journal, Japanese Studies. Professor Carolyn Stevens leads an interuniversity team of ... Read more
The School, home to the discipline of linguistics, is pleased to announce that the ranking of Monash linguistics in the world has been improved, from 19th ... Read more
Part of the privilege of working or studying at a research university is that we become integrated into a diverse and vigorous community of learning. In the ... Read more
Dr Eliana Maestri (University of Warwick) visited Melbourne recently to conduct interviews with second and third-generation Italian-Australian artists and writers as part of a research ... Read more
Professor Marko Pavylyshyn, Ukrainian Studies, gives expert analysis on the evolving political situation in Ukraine: http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/melbournes-ukrainians-feel-guarded-hope-for-homeland-20140223-33akp.html
Emeritus Professor Jiri Vaclav Neustupný has been conferred the prestigious Order ... Read more
The Centre for Writers and Writing is a centre focussed on the research and practice of writing, both creative and critical. Our centre provides a ... Read more
In LLCL we are proud to collaborate with industry, NGOs and partner universities in producing cutting-edge interdisciplinary research that addresses the most important challenges of ... Read more
We are the only research institution of our kind in Australasia, and are widely regarded as an epicentre of print culture research.
The Japanese Studies Centre has been coordinating and enhancing the development of Japanese studies in Victoria since 1981.
The Language and Society Centre is an active research centre within the School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics.
The Linguistics Research Group comprises researchers who investigate the relationship between language and the social world.