Arts/Law (2012) graduate Sarah Holloway co-founded Matcha Maiden, a global e-commerce organic matcha powder supplier, … Continue reading The global opportunities with Arts at Monash
Calvin won the Monash University entry for his short story, ‘The Beggar and the Glimpse’, … Continue reading Calvin Fung’s winning short story and research
TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR EXCHANGE & STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS!
Walter Mangold Language Scholarships are available to full-time university students in Victoria who complete second year academic requirements in a modern language and are approved for an exchange or study abroad program in 2018.
I think truth is something we, artists and scientists alike, are all interested in in … Continue reading Part II: Raising the political stakes with Jeanne d’Arc and Dr Ali Alizadeh
Jeanne d’Arc (Joan of Arc)’s controversial life and death are being depicted in a comprehensive … Continue reading Part I: Raising the political stakes with Jeanne d’Arc and Dr Ali Alizadeh
In 18 months, about 60 people from 30 different nationalities who speak 40 languages in … Continue reading Speaking the language of us
Monash University’s annual creative writing journal is now calling for submissions.
Literary Habitats is a Monash/Warwick Alliance funded project led by Monash University Prof Sue Kossew and … Continue reading Literary Habitats congratulates “My Place, My Story” winning entries
Arts/Science graduate Grace Orange interned with Indonesian NGO Yayasan Usaha Mulia as part of her … Continue reading “I was hooked”: a conversation with Monash Arts alumna Grace Orange
As 2017 begins, we reflect on the beginnings and evolution of our ideas on utopia … Continue reading Imagining our future: science fiction and climate change | A conversation with Emeritus Professor Andrew Milner
Kate Burridge, Monash University Every year around this time, dictionaries across the English-speaking world announce … Continue reading The shelf-life of slang – what will happen to those ‘democracy sausages’?
The City of Monash is conducting the My Place, My Story Writing Competition in association … Continue reading Enter the My Place, My Story writing competition
You might remember Godzilla demolishing San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, or Matthew Broderick defeating the … Continue reading Godzilla’s lost nuclear past: Dr Jason Jones
Kate Burridge, Monash University There’s a new arrival on the dictionary scene – the much-anticipated … Continue reading How the dictionary is totes taking up the vernacular
There has been enormous international scholarly interest in J.M Coetzee’s writings in recent years. Since … Continue reading “Reading Coetzee’s Women” conference an outstanding success
Howard Manns, Monash University Who can say what to whom in Australia? In this six-part … Continue reading Insults, offence and words that wound: why language needs to be handled with care
Honours student in Literary Studies, Calvin Fung, has received a High Commendation in The Undergraduate Awards (UA), … Continue reading LLCL Honours student recognised in prestigious international awards programme
All students currently studying Indonesian language for the Victorian Certificate of Education are invited to … Continue reading VCE Oral Workshop for Second Language Indonesian
Last week saw Monash Arts students win the “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Language Proficiency Competition for Foreign University … Continue reading Monash Chinese Studies students awarded study scholarships in language competition
Monash University academics are well represented at the Melbourne Writers Festival, a two-week celebration of … Continue reading Strong Monash line-up at the Melbourne Writers Festival
Dr Jason Jones, Japanese Studies lecturer at Monash University. Want to know how the Japanese language, … Continue reading Research Interview: Japanese Studies’ Jason Jones
Kate Burridge, Monash University and Réka Benczes, Monash University The most recent National Press Club … Continue reading Grey dawn or the twilight years? Let’s talk about growing old
Howard Manns, Monash University Co-written with Kate Burridge Bill Shorten’s been telling us he wants … Continue reading Slanguage and ‘dinky di’ Aussie talk in elections
Kate Burridge, Monash University Co-authored with Howard Manns Lengthy elections grow tedious for everyone and, … Continue reading Hustings and human speech (failings) in a 24/7 campaign
Howard Manns, Monash University Scott Morrison would have us think politics is more war than … Continue reading The vaudeville, impact and substance of political name-calling