From 2013-2015, the Asian Performance Research Cluster (APRC) was a cross-disciplinary forum for Monash researchers, staff and students from various disciplines, including Performance Studies, Music, Ethnomusicology, Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Film, Media and Communication Literature, and Asian Studies, to meet and exchange ideas about theatre performance in Asian countries. During this period, various academic staff and post-graduate students gave public seminars on their research on traditional and contemporary theatre performance in Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and India.
Links to Members on APRC Website
Prof. Margaret Kartomi Email: email@example.com Professor, Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music http://profiles.arts.monash.edu.au/margaret-kartomi/
Barbara Hatley Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Professor Emeritus, University of Tasmania Profile: http://www.utas.edu.au/asian-languages/people/sals-people/Barbara-Hatley
Japanese Studies Centre
The Japanese Studies Centre has been coordinating and enhancing the development of Japanese studies in Victoria since 1981. The Japanese Studies Centre is governed by Board Members who represent several Melbourne universities engaged in research on Japan and teaching the Japanese language. The mission of the Japanese Studies Centre is to enhance international cultural exchange and goodwill between Australia and Japan, and to support the field of academic study and education.
National Centre for South Asian Studies
The National Centre for South Asian Studies was established in 1992 with the support of … Continue reading National Centre for South Asian Studies
Centre for Malaysian Studies
The Centre for Malaysian Studies was founded in 1993 in recognition of the long history of … Continue reading Centre for Malaysian Studies
The Asian Cultural and Media Studies Research Cluster
The Asian Cultural and Media Studies (ACMS) Research Cluster provides a forum for the exchange of ideas related to research on media and cultural studies in Asian contexts.
Housed under the Monash Asia Institute, the Cluster promotes cross-regional and inter-disciplinary collaborative research on topics as diverse as inter-Asian media culture flows and connections, mobile media in Asia, Asian creative and cultural industries, diasporic media and multiculturalism in Asia and Australia, and film, fashion and celebrities in Asia.
South Asian Diaspora International Researchers’ Network
The ambition of this network is to unite academics and writers from around the world whose work focuses on the South Asian Diaspora. It will provide a creatively and intellectually engaging platform to develop cutting edge joint research and educational collaborations with the aim of mutually beneficial growth in research and teaching excellence…