Migrant Diplomacy: Collaboration to advance museum’s role to foster diversity Highly appreciating the ongoing project … Continue reading MAI Awarded Australia-Japan Foundation Grant in the second consecutive year
Monash University is one of only five select Australian Universities to have instituted an Indian … Continue reading ICCR Chair of Indian Studies
Australia-Japan Foundation (AJF) Grant Round 2016-17 Project title: Migrant Diplomacy: Exchange between Immigration Museum … Continue reading MAI Awarded Australia-Japan Foundation Grant 2016-2017
CI: Prof. Koichi Iwabuchi, Dr. Olivia Khoo (Monash University), A/Prof Audrey Yue, A/Prof Fran Martin … Continue reading 2016 ARC Discovery Project: “Transforming Cultural Identity: Media flows between Australia and East Asia”
CI: Prof Margaret Kartomi; A/Prof Bart Barendregt; Dr Rina Martiara This project seeks to explore … Continue reading 2016 ARC Discovery Project: “Revitalisation and Sustainability of the Musical Arts of the Indigenous People of Lampung in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia”
We are delighted to announce that Professor Koichi Iwabuchi, Director of the Monash Asia Institute, … Continue reading Toyota Foundation Grant: “Trans-Asian Multiculturalism”
(See Monash Memo http://www.monash.edu.au/news/show/cultural-typhoon-kicks-off) Cultural Typhoon Melbourne is a group of Melbourne-based scholars, students and … Continue reading Cultural Typhoon Melbourne
Led by Judith Shaw of the MAI, Martin Mulligan and Dave Mercer of RMIT University and Matthew Clarke of Deakin University and supported by industry partners AusAID and the Foundation for Development Cooperation, this comparative study investigates housing resettlement projects in three countries affected by the 2004 tsunami.
The revival of Afghan music and music education in Afghanistan should be viewed as one … Continue reading The Revival of Afghan Music (ROAM) Action Research Project
This project brings together teams from the Monash Asia Institute, Urumqi Normal University in Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China in an international research collaboration to document, measure, and define the most significant cultural monuments and spaces of Kashgar.
Papers are invited for an afternoon of discussions about the architecture of Asia-Pacific relations from different perspectives:
economic, political, legal, strategic and social.
The Sukunan Program helps the residents of Sukunan village engage with a waste management and sustainable living program.
Arc Linkage Project Leveraging remittances with microfinance: a cross-country study Over the last twenty years … Continue reading Remittances and Financial Services Project
Are you Pashtun and living in Melbourne? If you are, you might be interested in participating in this research project.