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”.