Masters students have benefitted from a life-changing experience when they participated in a new Monash overseas program, Journalism Futures: New York Field School.
To celebrate Australia’s rich history in tennis, Monash Journalism has collaborated withThe Australian newspaper and Tennis Australia to produce historical digital interactives of the Australian Open tennis tournament.
“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.”
Amaryllis Gacioppo, a PhD candidate in Creative Writing with Monash Arts, was recently awarded the Lord Mayer’s Creative Writing Award for the Short Story category.
On December 3, Monash proudly launched the new Gender Peace and Security Initiative, the first of its kind in Australia and the first such university initiative in the Asia-Pacific region.
Dr David Holmes, senior lecturer in Communications and Media Studies at Monash, is in France for the Paris Climate Summit and will be reporting regularly on the events.
Journalism researcher and teacher, Nasya Bahfen, is passionate about both sport and the media. In … Continue reading Media, sport and identity: A conversation with Journalism’s Nasya Bahfen
Monash journalism graduate Annika Smethurst has won the 2015 Walkley Award for All Media Scoop of … Continue reading Journalism graduate Annika Smethurst wins Walkley for Bishop’s chopper scandal
Monash has joined over 690 organisations and numerous Australian individuals showing their support through Australian Marriage Equality.
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’.
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.
Australian ambassador, H. E. Gillian Bird, made in her statement to the United Nations Security Council yesterday during the annual debate on Women Peace and Security.
A feature length documentary film adaptation of Dr Tony Moore’s book Death or Liberty, detailing the lives of rebels and radicals transported to Australia as political prisoners, will have its world premier in Victoria this month, ahead of screenings around Australia and Britain.
Want to know how the Japanese language, wine, Godzilla and video games all tie in to being a researcher at Monash? Lecturer in Japanese studies, Jason Jones, tells us about his passion for ‘all things Japanese’, and about his research around the themes of cultural exchange and adaptation.
PhD candidate Noor Huda Ismail is an author, filmmaker, activist, and self-described “repentant journalist”, and has a desire to tell a larger story about terrorism, foreign fighters and why people join violent organisations.
The value of a mentor both personally and professionally – to provide guidance, support and advice – is almost universal.
In the aid and development sector…
The Melbourne Fringe festival is providing plenty of opportunities for Monash to showcase its theatre outputs this year.
On 26 August, the Faculty of Arts had the honour of welcoming a His Excellency, Navdeep Suri, the High Commissioner of India in Australia…
Monash Arts has once again been very successful in securing funding for our students under the … Continue reading More Monash student travel in New Colombo plan
As part of Monash’s becoming a major sponsor of The Malthouse Theatre this year, Monash … Continue reading Monash panel discusses Antigone at the Malthouse Theatre
Happiness appears to be a simple emotion, individual and pleasurable, yet the problems associated with … Continue reading MWF brings launch of On Happiness to Melbourne
Professor Farzad Sharifian has recently been appointed as the Chair in Cultural Linguistics at Monash, … Continue reading World first at Monash: Chair in Cultural Linguistics appointed to Farzad Sharifian
You can still have your questions answered. Check out our FAQs and also search our … Continue reading Did you miss Open Day 2015?
A band of Monash University students and alumni will return from an interstate tour to … Continue reading Monash Arts students and alumni to perform at WinterFest