The term “creative industries” was first applied to the cultural sector by UK New Labour in 1998, … Continue reading Not jobs and growth but post-capitalism
By Andrea Baker Melbourne’s successful bid to host a prestigious international conference on music cities … Continue reading Is Melbourne the music capital of Australia?
Death or Liberty, the screen adaptation of the history of political rebels and radicals transported as convicts to Australia, toured to the UK and Ireland in December 2016. The documentary is adapted from the book Death or Liberty: Rebels and Radicals Transported to Australia 1788-1868, written by Associate Professor Tony Moore from the School of Media, Film and Journalism.
Monash Arts Film & Screen Studies PhD alumni Sian Mitchell, Kirsten Stevens, Whitney Monaghan and Janice Loreck are behind the inaugural Melbourne Women in Film Festival (view the trailer) launching 3-4 March 2017 at Melbourne’s Treasury Theatre, the former State Film Centre.
Michael Kho Lim shares his research insights as a joint Monash/ Warwick University PhD candidate uncovering the dynamics of film distribution in the Philippines.
At a time when Australian pop, rock, country and hip hop acts are finding new international markets in unprecedented numbers, a team of researchers begin the first phase of their study of national and global music export markets.
Monash University’s School of Media Film and Journalism congratulates Head of School Associate Professor Mia Lindgren, Professor Justin O’Connor and Dr Xin Gu for successfully securing Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Project 2017 grants.
Five researchers in the School of Media, Film and Journalism, Associate Professor Shane Homan, Dr Olivia Khoo, … Continue reading ARC grant success for School of MFJ
Journalism lecturer Dr Deb Anderson has published a fascinating collection of oral histories in her book, Endurance: Australian Stories of Drought.
The School of Media, Film and Journalism offers Honours degrees in Journalism, Film and Screen Studies, and Communications and Media Studies.
The new School of Media, Film and Journalism (MFJ) was formally launched on May 14 alongside the launch of Associate Professor Phil Chubb’s new book Power Failure.
Tony Abbott’s 2013 election platform promised to “restore accountability and improve transparency measures to be more accountable to you”. Dr Johan Lidberg discusses.
An examination of the problems of media reportage in war zones is just one of the projects that earned Monash University’s Communications and Media Studies department Australia’s highest international ranking.
A new book released today, Power Failure: The Inside story of climate politics under Rudd and Gillard, documents the failings of the Labor government between 2007 and 2013 in tackling climate change.
Monash University’s Associate Professor Kevin Foster has published a new book, Don’t Mention the War: The Australian Defence Force, the Media and the Afghan Conflict. He will discuss his new book at the Matheson’s 50th Anniversary celebrations on May 20 at Clayton campus.
Inviting stakeholders to engage in dialogue on a curriculum for global engagement and
organizational social responsibility in higher education (HE) is a challenge, especially when one crosses disciplinary and institutional boundaries.
Dr Therese Davis and Dr Romaine Moreton present findings from their recently completed Screen Australia Research and Publication Partnership Program project and launch the new Australian Indigenous Film and Television Digital Bibliography.
ABC Radio National’s new Creative Audio Unit (CAU) launches on Sunday, with two new shows – Radiotonic and Soundproof– presenting a mix of fiction and non-fiction, essays, radio dramas, soundscapes, composed audio features and radio art.
MFJ’s Dr Tony Moore has revealed to secondary school teachers the history of media activists and rebels transported to colonial Australia as “seditionists”.
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.
Dr Tony Moore and Associate Professor Mark Gibson, from Monash’s Communications and Media Studies program, have published a refereed article to introduce their ARC project, Fringe to Famous: Contemporary Australian Culture as an Innovation System.
David Holmes and Anna Matwijiw More than 50% of young Australians have seriously considered shutting … Continue reading Our love-hate relationship with Facebook
Dr David Holmes and Anna Matwijiw The democratising potential of social media have long been … Continue reading Compulsive checking trumps content creation on Facebook: study
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.
The ABC has commissioned a television documentary adaptation of Dr Tony Moore’s 2010 history Death or … Continue reading Moore’s Death or Liberty historic book to become ABC TV documentary adaptation
Communications and media studies senior lecturer Dr Tony Moore gave a seminar at the Menzies Centre … Continue reading Moore on Dancing with Empty Pockets in London
Monash’s Head of Journalism Phil Chubb’s book A World of Pain: Climate Change Politics 2007 – … Continue reading Climate change politics book to be launched in June
Senior lecturer Bill Birnbauer has been awarded a Special Commendation from Monash University Vice Chancellor, … Continue reading Birnbauer awarded Vice Chancellor Special Commendation