Michael Kho Lim is a recipient of the Monash Graduate Scholarship and the Faculty of … Continue reading Understanding Filipino film distribution: a PhD journey with Monash-Warwick PhD candidate Michael Kho Lim
Maria Tanyag is a PhD candidate in International Relations with the Monash Gender, Peace and … Continue reading Dangerous Research: PhD candidate Maria Tanyag on field work and feminist research
Professor Michael Selgelid is the Director of the Monash Bioethics Centre (formerly named Centre for … Continue reading Global Bioethics: A conversation with Professor Michael Selgelid
“Democracy wasn’t granted in the 1850s and late 19th century simply because some wise politicians … Continue reading Death or Liberty tours in London, Dublin and Wales
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
Interview with Monash academic Associate Professor Tony Moore “A recognition of the distinctness of cultural … Continue reading Tin sheds to global empires: looking at Mambo and what’s changed
We recently chatted to Monash Historian, Dr Kathleen Neal. Kathleen discussed her first career as … Continue reading Medieval history and finding what you love: A conversation with Monash Historian Kathleen Neal
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
Ever wondered why some countries build a nuclear arsenal, while others choose not to? Is … Continue reading Challenging nuclear norms: A conversation with International Relations lecturer Dr Maria Rost Rublee
Journalism researcher and teacher, Nasya Bahfen, is passionate about both sport and the media. In … Continue reading Media, sport and identity: A conversation with Journalism’s Nasya Bahfen
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.
PhD candidate Noor Huda Ismail is an author, filmmaker, activist, and self-described “repentant journalist”, and has a desire to tell a larger story about terrorism, foreign fighters and why people join violent organisations.