Monash University’s Film and Screen Studies experts, Dr Claire Perkins and Associate Professor Con Verevis, have co-edited a new book, B is for Bad Cinema: Aesthetics, Politics and Cultural Value.
“Some of this actually happened.” So reads the non-committal title card that precedes the opening scene of David O’Russell’s sixth feature, American Hustle (2013) – a film nominated for 10 Oscars at the 2014 Academy Awards.
MFJ’s Dr Tony Moore has revealed to secondary school teachers the history of media activists and rebels transported to colonial Australia as “seditionists”.
International programs for MFJ students are available through exchange with a partner university overseas or external field work programs. Monash abroad allows students to study similar journalism units in many universities across the world.
Associate Professor Brett Hutchins will be an Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellow based in the new School of Media, Film and Journalism in 2014.
Monash University media experts Dr David Holmes and Dr Andy Ruddock are leading the commentary on news website, The Conversation. The prolific writers are among the top 10 Monash authors who are generating strong readership on the research-focused news site.
A seminar on student-centred learning – contemporary Malaysian and Australian perspective will be held on Monday, March 10 at Monash University’s Clayton campus.
An ARC Discovery grant has been awarded to Dr Tony Moore (left) and Associate Professor Mark Gibson (right) for their project: Fringe to Famous: Contemporary Australian Culture as an Innovation System.
Monash University journalism students had a cracker of a year in 2013. They won Walkley awards, a prestigious award from the nation’s journalism educators and, crucially, secured key full-time jobs in the media.
A conference Cultural Economy: The Next Generation explored the possibilities of a new policy agenda for the cultural economy in Australia. The event was held at the Monash Law Chambers last month.