Mon@sia Events

  • Mon@sia is a public forum that aims to critically engage with “Asia Literacy in the Asian Century” by rethinking fundamental questions around why and how we study about “Asia”.

    Involving undergraduate students and the general public, the forum aims to facilitate discussion of how we go beyond the compartmentalisation of the studies of Asia as something happening “over there”, and how we enhance the sense of shared-ness, together-ness, and conected-ness in global perspectives. We reimagine “Asia” and “Australia” in terms of mutual implications (not to mention the experiences of Asian Australians).

    An informal gathering is also regularly held in which researchers of various interests and discipline get together, get to know each other, and exchange ideas.

 

Past events

Mon@sia 2014: An informal gathering to welcome the new academic year
ACJC Seminar rooms, Building H, 8th floor (H8.06)
Event Date: 06/03/2014

Mon@sia: Generating “Asian knowledge”
ACJC Seminar Room Building H, 8th Floor (H8.06 H8.05)
Event Date: 18/06/2013

Mon@sia: Rethinking teaching/studying/researching “Asian Studies”
Elizabeth Burchill Room, Gallery Building (55), Clayton Campus
Event Date: 16/04/2013

Mon@sia: Have You Ever Seen "Asia"?
Elizabeth Burchill Room Building 68/G38
Event Date: 19/03/2013

The ‘Awkward' History of European Civilian Internees under Japanese and Indonesian Republican Administrations, 1942 - 1947
Japanese Studies Centre Auditorium, Building 54 (next to the bus loop), Monash University, Clayton Campus
Event Date: 29/02/2012