An Empire’s rebels banished to the end of the earth: a documentary brings to life a forgotten history of convict rebels.
“The next few years in Myanmar promise to be a period of rapid development, democratisation and international engagement, and I am extremely fortunate and excited to be a part of this.”
Maria spoke to a group of about 25 Princeton academics, who were mainly nuclear physicists and nuclear engineers, on the topic of “The Psychology of Atomic Resistance.”
Monash researcher Professor Margaret Kartomi has been awarded another ARC discovery grant for the project: … Continue reading Sumatran music research at Monash focuses on Lampung province in post-authoritarian Indonesia
Monash University’s journalism and multimedia students have been highly commended in the Ossie Awards for … Continue reading Monash Journalism students project highly commended in Ossies
Dr Marc Orlando, lecturer in translation and interpreting studies, and professional translator and conference interpreter, talks about his research in the education and training of future industry professionals.
School of Media Film and Journalism staff Associate Professor Deane Williams and senior lecturer Bill … Continue reading School of Media Film and Journalism staff recognised in VC awards
Five researchers in the School of Media, Film and Journalism, Associate Professor Shane Homan, Dr … Continue reading ARC grant success for School of MFJ
If prizes were given out for the enthusiasm with which nations commemorate the centenary of the Great War, Australia would be first by a long shot. Dr Carolyn Holbrook looks at ‘Brandzac’.
The ARC has recently released the results for the Discovery Projects (DP) and Discovery Early-Career … Continue reading Latest ARC success for the Faculty of Arts
For the first time in Australia, stories of Turkish soldiers will be told alongside those of Anzac soldiers in a bilingual exhibition at Monash Univeristy about the Gallipoli experience. The exhibition has been curated by Dr Azer Banu Kemaloğlu, of Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University.
Join us this Remembrance Day for the launch of – World War One: A History in 100 Stories – a path-breaking social history written by Monash historians Professor Bruce Scates, Rebecca Wheatley and Laura James.
The recent ‘Domestic Violence & Interpreting – A National Forum’ hosted by Monash’s Translation & … Continue reading Insight into need for interpreting services in legal, mental health and domestic violence areas
by Gary Bouma Geert Wilders, who is currently visiting Australia to launch a new political … Continue reading Geert Wilders’ brand of Islamophobia won’t find an audience in Australia
Professor Farzad Sharifian has recently been appointed as the Chair in Cultural Linguistics at Monash, the first appointment of its kind in the world, establishing Monash’s position as the leading institution in this newly developed field of research. Professor Rae Frances, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, said that she was proud to have the Chair in Cultural Linguistics in her Faculty.
Interpreting and Translation Masters students have recently gained in-house experience as professional translators and interpreters at two multilingual international organisations
On November 12, 2015, the City of Melbourne will hold Australia’s first Music Cities Symposium. … Continue reading Life, Death & Rejuvenation of the Great Music City
by Shaun Carney A year ago, the Abbott government went after the young jobless. In keeping … Continue reading Debt disaster is so last year – now Hockey’s giving a helping hand
Are you interested in learning about cutting edge digital research and interdisciplinary collaboration approaches in … Continue reading Expanding research paradigms: new Digital Humanities unit available at Monash Arts
As The Water Diviner is released on commercial television and premieres in Los Angeles, researchers at Monash University reveal the identity of the film’s central character. Monash University historian Professor Bruce Scates and his doctoral student, Rebecca Wheatley, have spent years charting early Australian journeys to battlefields overseas.
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Victoria’s Premier-elect, Daniel Andrews, is yet another graduate of the Monash Politics program to be … Continue reading From intern to “in government”: Premier-elect a former Monash Politics student
Our politicians ask us to imagine that our ‘fallen’ soldiers ‘sacrificed’ themselves for a higher … Continue reading Soldiers’ real stories are the best defence against Remembrance Day conditioning
One hundred years after the beginning of “The Great War”, it may surprise some people … Continue reading The untold stories of World War One now online at “One Hundred Stories”
The new School of Media, Film and Journalism (MFJ) was formally launched on May 14 … Continue reading MFJ celebrates successful school & book launches