Monash’s Head of Journalism Phil Chubb’s book A World of Pain: Climate Change Politics 2007 – 2013, will arrive in bookshops in June next year.
The publisher is Black Inc.
Phil’s work explores the reasons for the successes and failures in climate policy development and analyses the related leadership issues and political strategies of Prime Ministers Rudd and Gillard.
Phil interviewed more than 70 politicians, ministerial staff and public servants and has also been able to get hold of numerous confidential government and ALP documents.
Cultural specificity in Indonesian film
David Hanan writes of his work on Indonesian film My work on Indonesian cinema has focused…
Arielle’s world-desk post in Jakarta
Monash University journalism student Arielle Milecki won selection to participate in ACICIS’s Journalism Practicum Placement in…
Live the college life without living on campus
By Barbara Legaspi University students who live on campus are more engaged and develop better,…
Hands-on journalism experience the key
Monash University journalism graduate Alexandra Bathman still can’t believe she has landed a job she…
James Campbell awarded the Gold Quill
HERALD SUN state political editor James Campbell has won Victoria’s top journalism award, the Gold…
Sheahan looks to a brave new world in journalism
Leading sports journalist Mike Sheahan, in a lively Q&A session with Monash journalism students, predicts…
Riffing on global music cities at SXSW
By Andrea Baker The world’s largest annual music conference South by South West (SXSW), wrapped…
Pistorius case witnesses silent on the Blade Runner
Outside the courtroom, key witnesses of Paralympian Oscar Pistorius’s murder trial refuse to speak out….
Communications and Media Studies world class
Monash University’s Communications and Media Studies program has been ranked 19th in the QS World University Rankings. Monash rated five-plus stars based on eight categories, including research, employability, teaching, facilities, internationalization, innovation, specialist and access.
The rise of footy datatainment
The AFL season is about to kick off again. Tens of thousands of fans are presently registering for fantasy footy competitions, scoping possible team selections, picking players, and forming leagues with friends and strangers.
I am a Girl: lessons from 1970s feminism
On March 5, ABC2 aired I am a Girl. Rebecca Barry’s documentary introduced us to six young women from around the world. They hail from Cambodia, Cameroon, Afghanistan, Papua New Guinea, the USA and Australia.
B is for Bad Cinema
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.