How did one of the world’s most-successful multicultural countries made up of refugees and immigrants end up harming children who came to us seeking protection and help? One of the answers to this question is secrecy. Dr Johan Lidberg writes.
Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism ran a workshop, The future of Film Studies … Continue reading The future of film studies in the age of media studies
Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism has recently celebrated the launch of two exciting new titles in film and screen studies: Dr Janice Loreck’s Violent Women in Contemporary Cinema and Dr Whitney Monaghan’s Queer Girls, Temporality and Screen Media: Not ‘Just a Phase’.
Since graduating from a Bachelor of Arts with a journalism major at Monash University in 2010, Lillian Altman has gained journalism experience around the world.
Dr Tess Dwyer joins the Film and Screen Studies academic team at Monash University, based … Continue reading Getting to know … Tessa Dwyer
Shooting the Picture is the story of Australian press photography from 1888 to today, the … Continue reading Anderson launches press photography book
Monash University academics are well represented at the Melbourne Writers Festival (MWF), a two-week celebration … Continue reading Strong line-up at the Melbourne Writers Festival
Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism’s HDR candidate and sessional lecturer, Shweta Kishore, … Continue reading Shweta Kishore appointed lecturer in Vietnam
A public lecture with New York University Cinema Studies expert, Professor Dana Polan Illustrated with … Continue reading A Reflection on Unhip Cinema of the 1960s
Storyology presents … Press Freedom in the Arab World Lina Attalah (Mada Masr, Egypt) in … Continue reading Press Freedom in the Arab World