The UK premiere of the documentary drama Death or Liberty, based on Monash academic Dr Tony Moore’s book of the same name, was held at the People’s History Museum, Manchester last Thursday 19 December.
School of Media Film and Journalism staff Associate Professor Deane Williams and senior lecturer Bill … Continue reading School of Media Film and Journalism staff recognised in VC awards
Andrea Jean Baker “Music cities” are emerging around the world. On November 12, the City … Continue reading What are the secrets to being a ‘superstar music city’?
Five researchers in the School of Media, Film and Journalism, Associate Professor Shane Homan, Dr … Continue reading ARC grant success for School of MFJ
by David Holmes In a recent piece for The Guardian, environmental journalist and activist George … Continue reading The role of social media in environmental reporting – comparing Australia and China
On 12 November the City of Melbourne will host the first Australian symposium about the growing phenomenon of music cities, with partners Monash University and RMIT University.
A new multi-million dollar media centre will be available to Monash University’s School of Media, … Continue reading State-of-the-art Media Centre Takes Shape at Caulfield
David Holmes, School of Media, Film and Journalism Controversial campaigner for climate change trivialisation Bjorn … Continue reading Academic freedom isn’t the issue with Lomborg’s consensus centre
Johan Lidberg In a year and a half the Abbott government managed, in practice, to … Continue reading Closing down FOI: a case study in sneaky government
David Holmes, School of Media, Film and Journalism After barely two weeks in office, the … Continue reading There is one thing the Coalition can do for climate change that Labor cannot
Monash University journalism students will have the opportunity to travel to Cambodia, India and Nepal … Continue reading Journalism students prepare for international assignments
by Andrea Baker The recent UNESCO’s Safety of Journalists agenda is a key plank in … Continue reading The Al Jazeera English case, and the Safety of Journalists
Monash hosted an executive training program for delegates from the Beijing Radio Channel (BRC). The program … Continue reading Beijing Radio Channel visits Melbourne this month
Julie Tullberg Just one more preseason game for Jarryd Hayne this weekend before we’ll know … Continue reading Jarryd Hayne is just one game away from NFL stardom
Cross-code convert Jarryd Hayne is on the verge of winning a coveted spot in the … Continue reading Journalism’s Julie Tullberg on Jarryd Hayne
David Holmes The convulsive reaction to Friday’s failed security operation by the Australian Border Force … Continue reading What does the ‘Border Farce’ tell us about the future of crisis politics in Australia?
Andy Ruddock The macabre live murders of Alison Parker and Adam Ward in Virginia are … Continue reading Virginia TV shootings: murder as a media event
Monash University’s journalism lecturer Dr Deb Anderson will engage in conversation with Laureate Professor Peter Doherty at … Continue reading MFJ’s Deb Anderson to chat with Nobel Prize winner at MWF
Do sports stars give up a right to privacy with their success? Do journalists have … Continue reading Footy and the Media: the Off-Field Game
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
by David Holmes Many commentators on climate change articles in this publication have abandoned hope … Continue reading Forget the polls, News Corp is not happy with Abbott … again
Monash University’s Associate Professor Shane Homan will work with Professors Richard Vella and Stephen Chen … Continue reading Australian music exports under the microscope
Pulliam Journalism Fellow and Monash journalism graduate Alana Mitchelson has enjoyed success at the Indy Star … Continue reading Monash Journalism’s Alana Mitchelson at the Indy newspaper
The Bohemian Melbourne exhibition, held during the 2014-2015 summer season at the State Library Victoria, … Continue reading Bohemian Melbourne honoured at Museum Awards
David Holmes While the politicisation of climate change has transformed climate reporting into something of … Continue reading Australia’s climate politics on a high wire