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
Howard Manns, Monash University I would never claim to be a suppository of wisdom but … Continue reading The ‘wells’, ‘looks’ and vibe of Australian debating: language to look for on Sunday
Two of Chinese Studies’ students, Sean Hyatt and Tristan McCarthy, recently won the first and second places respectively at the 15th “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Language Proficiency Competition for Foreign University Students.
Howard Manns, Monash University, (Co-written with Kate Burridge) One of this piece’s authors (Howard Manns), … Continue reading Good political slogans and this year’s, meh, yawn, failings
Monash in Focus recently featured Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award winner Kate Brabon. Kate is a PhD … Continue reading Monash in Focus: Kate Brabon, Vogel’s Award winner
By Kate Burridge and Howard Manns The word tax (and words derived from it like … Continue reading The linguistic dirt on that dirty little word tax
Kate Burridge, Monash University and Howard Manns, Monash University We now know that July 2 … Continue reading From donkey votes to dog whistles, our election language has a long and political history
Kate Burridge, Monash University and Howard Manns, Monash University On budget night, Scott Morrison and … Continue reading A ‘new’ approach to communicating – oh, and jobs and growth – to be found in Budget 2016
Earlier this week, Kate Brabon was announced as the winner of the 2016 Australian/Vogel’s Literary … Continue reading Vogel’s Literary Award for PhD candidate Kate Brabon
We recently chatted to Monash Undergraduate Prize for Creative Writing judge (and Monash academic) Mridula … Continue reading Place and Character: Monash Prize judge Mridula Chakraborty on what she loves to see in new literature
Literary Commons plays on the idea of ‘commons’, the space where communities and cultures share … Continue reading Literary Commons brings inter-cultural Indigenous writing to Melbourne
Monash Arts, in collaboration with the Emerging Writers’ Festival, is proud to present the Monash Undergraduate … Continue reading Monash Undergraduate Prize for Creative Writing now open
Three students from the Master of Translation and Interpreting Studies have recently completed a one-week … Continue reading Three MITS students undertake an internship with international organisation ACAP
Andrew Milner, Emeritus Professor of English and Comparative Literature in the School of Languages, Literatures, … Continue reading Andrew Milner Guest of Honour at Science Fiction Research Association international conference
Applied Linguistics is the study of how language is used and learned, and Monash graduate, … Continue reading Rikki Campbell, Master of Applied Linguistics graduate
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