The video of Romancing the City – Australian bohemia and the Urban presented by Dr Tony Moore, a senior lecturer in Communications and Media Studies at Monash University, is now online. The paper was presented at the cross-disciplinary Faculty of Arts ‘Seminar on the City’ series on Thursday, July 31. The series is designed to share, stretch and challenge our thinking about cities and urbanization.
Nicola not immune from pull of journalism
Despite planning to be a research scientist, Nicola McCaskill has instead leapt into a career … Continue reading Nicola not immune from pull of journalism
Mairéad’s career progression “on steroids”
According to Mairéad Bilton-Gough, once you get your first break in the media industry your career … Continue reading Mairéad’s career progression “on steroids”
Is Melbourne the music capital of Australia?
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?
Sumeyya Ilanbey named a finalist in the CNA Awards
Master of Journalism student Sumeyya Ilanbey has been named a finalist in the Community Newspapers of Australia (CNA) awards.
Can 36 questions make any two people fall in love?
Three Monash University students decided to see what would happen if they each went up to a stranger and asked if they could share two hours and 36 of the most intimate questions imaginable – and let them record it for publication.
Stephanie Brookes launches groundbreaking book
Monash University journalism lecturer Dr Stephanie Brookes has published a groundbreaking book, Politics, Media and Campaign … Continue reading Stephanie Brookes launches groundbreaking book
Alison Stieven-Taylor moderates debate in Sydney
Sydney’s annual Head On Photo Festival invited Monash PhD candidate Alison Stieven-Taylor to moderate the … Continue reading Alison Stieven-Taylor moderates debate in Sydney
Zain has the Walkleys in his sights
As an international student new to Australia, Zain Nabi only had limited knowledge of the … Continue reading Zain has the Walkleys in his sights
An ongoing learning process for Brianna
For Brianna Piazza, the learning process hasn’t stopped after graduating from Monash in 2013. Brianna, … Continue reading An ongoing learning process for Brianna
From Monash to making a difference for Georgia
Georgia Gibson has been able to draw from a diverse skill set in her job … Continue reading From Monash to making a difference for Georgia
Film students check out comedy pilot Behave Yourself
MFJ Film and Screen Studies staff and students visited the ABC Studios in Elsternwick on April 18 to be part of the studio audience for new Channel 7 comedy pilot Behave Yourself.
Tom Doig aims for new heights in Canada
Monash University PhD candidate and author Tom Doig has been offered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to study with renowned scholar Naomi Klein at The Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity’s writing residency in Canada.