Congratulations to Professor Rita Wilson, Head of School of LLCL, who has just been elected … Continue reading Professor Rita Wilson elected at the Executive Council of international translation body
The School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics’ Dr Anna Poletti will host an ‘Open Studio’ discussion as part of the National Gallery of Victoria’s Andy Warhol and Ai Weiwei exhibition.
Courtney Reid, a student in the Master of Interpreting and Translation Studies, has had the … Continue reading Interpreting student Courtney Reid takes her work to Frankfurt Book Fair
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.
A number of Japanese Studies students have been recognised in this year’s JENESYS awards – … Continue reading Monash students Japan bound next year
This week, four Monash University students have been named as prestigious New Colombo Plan Fellows, … Continue reading Arts students take off with New Colombo Plan scholarships
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.
Stewart King Crime fiction series are enormously popular, with readers, authors and publishers. An established … Continue reading Ghost writing: The Girl in The Spider’s Web and other resurrections
Dr Patrick Durel has been awarded the 2015 Monash Student Association’s Outstanding Teaching Award for the … Continue reading French lecturer Patrick Durel wins MSA Outstanding Teaching Award
Howard Manns Last week a piece in The Age set out a simple enough proposition. … Continue reading The Aussie accent is drink-related? That’s just a hangover from our cultural cringe
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
Professor Wang Gungwu will join a conversation with Emerita Professor Marika Vicziany (Asian Studies); Professor Carolyn … Continue reading China and Eurasia: how much does the past matter?
Stewart King, School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics Australian Michael Robotham has taken home … Continue reading True Blue? Crime fiction and Australia
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.
LITERARY COMMONS! is a long-term and deep-impact project that brings together writers and fosters writing that is … Continue reading LITERARY COMMONS! comes to Monash
Earlier this year, Oscar Schwartz presented a TEDxYouth@Sydney talk on his PhD research exploring the … Continue reading Can a computer write poetry? Oscar Schwartz presents at TEDxYouth Sydney
In early 2015, postgraduate students and staff of the Monash School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures … Continue reading New journal for School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics
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
Interpreting and Translation Masters students have recently gained in-house experience as professional translators and interpreters at two multilingual international organisations
Article by Baden Eunson, School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics Ghoti. How would you … Continue reading The absurdity of English spelling and why we’re stuck with it
by Stewart King Never read an Israeli crime novel? Inspector Avraham Avraham – the protagonist of … Continue reading Never read an Israeli crime novel? Try some Dror Mishani
by Andrew Milner Science fiction has always been a genre defined ad hoc. The term first … Continue reading Getting under the skin of speculative fiction, science fiction and scientific romance
Howard Manns, Monash University UK researchers recently reviewed the hiring practices of 13 elite law, … Continue reading Posh accents, discrimination and employment in Australia
Professor Adrian Vickers (University of Sydney) will deliver the 2015 Herb Feith Memorial Lecture at Monash University … Continue reading Herb Feith Memorial Lecture: Professor Adrian Vickers on Indonesian Art History
Monash’s Translation and Interpreting Studies Program will run a forum on domestic violence and interpreting. The … Continue reading Monash hosts national forum on domestic violence and interpreting