Monash University’s journalism department celebrated the outstanding work of students at the inaugural Mojo Awards at Bobby McGee’s … Continue reading Mojo Awards a stunning success at Bobby McGee’s
Johan Lidberg, Monash University How did one of the world’s most-successful multicultural countries made up … Continue reading Offshore detention: Australians have a right to know what is done in their name
Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism has recently celebrated the launch of two exciting new titles in film and screen studies: Dr Janice Loreck’s Violent Women in Contemporary Cinema and Dr Whitney Monaghan’s Queer Girls, Temporality and Screen Media: Not ‘Just a Phase’.
Andrea Jean Baker, Monash University Two of the twelve music documentaries featured in the Melbourne … Continue reading Janis Joplin and Sharon Jones add a feminist beat to the Melbourne Film Festival
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
Brett Hutchins, Monash University Fans of singer-songwriter Alicia Keys were greeted with a simple message … Continue reading There’s a time to put down the smartphone, seriously!
Is there a formula for making a ‘Music City’ like Melbourne? And if there were a formula, could you export it and create a new one, and how authentic would it be? Monash researcher Shane Homan and his team are looking at these questions and more.
Monash Arts Coursework Masters alumnus, Eileen McInnes, is a public relations and communications professional with NAB and Raven Communication.
Monash University journalism graduates have shown their expertise and leadership in media companies in Australia and worldwide.
Australia’s biggest-ever university journalism project, has today launched two special features designed to assist voters.
What is happiness, and how does the pursuit of happiness shape our lives? Monash’s Associate Professor Tony … Continue reading On Happiness panel at the Williamstown Literary Festival
Andrea Jean Baker, Monash University Feminine power and explosive gender relations set against the surreal, … Continue reading Björk, digital feminist diva, helps cure our wounds in a visceral Sydney show
David Holmes, Monash University With an unprecedented storm flooding large population centres on Australia’s east … Continue reading A hard rain’s gonna fall: deep water for the election campaign
Two Monash student journalists are finalists in the Walkley Young Journalist of the Year Awards … Continue reading Students named finalists in the Young Walkleys
David Holmes, Monash University Two weeks into a protracted election campaign, it is looking ever-more … Continue reading Why has climate change disappeared from the Australian election radar?
Monash University’s journalism students are part of Australia’s largest newsroom, reporting on the 2016 federal … Continue reading Monash journalism students report on federal election for UniPollWatch and The Guardian
Head of School, AP Mia Lindgren, and TV presenter and academic, Waleed Aly, talk about what makes the new Lab so important for students of Media, Film and Journalism.
Monash University’s senior lecturer in Communications & Media Studies, Dr Andy Ruddock, recently launched the Serbian version of his … Continue reading Dr Andy Ruddock launches Youth and Media book in Serbia
By Dr Andrea Baker “I don’t wanna die. I’d rather dance my life away”, US … Continue reading Let’s celebrate “this thing called life”
School of Media Film and Journalism academic, Associate Prof Fay Anderson, will join other historians in … Continue reading Rediscovering Victorian war correspondents at State Library Vic
[View the story “#MonashMediaLab Launch” on Storify] Find out more Read more about the launch … Continue reading Monash Media Lab Launch Social Media Round-Up
Monash journalism alumna Annika Smethurst has won two 2015 Victorian Quill Awards for her outstanding work on the “Choppergate” scandal.
Monash student Jack Paynter has been named a finalist in the Melbourne Press Club’s 2015 … Continue reading Monash students and graduates names Quill finalists
by Julia Vassilieva During March, the renowned film scholar Adrian Martin and the film critic … Continue reading Explainer: the exciting new genre of the audio-visual film essay
What is the proper role of government in shaping how we produce, consume and regulate … Continue reading Mixing pop and politics: new book investigates popular music and cultural policy