Monash Art’s Associate Professor Paul Strangio will be giving a lecture in Canberra this week as … Continue reading Paul Strangio at the Australian Senate Occasional Lecture Series
The 2016 Faculty of Arts Postgraduate Publication Prize has been awarded to Dr Ben Rich and Ms. Dara Conduit from the Social and Political Science HDR program.
Professor Jude McCulloch has been appointed to Victoria’s Prevention of Family Violence Standing Committee, chaired … Continue reading Criminology Professor Jude McCulloch appointed to Victoria’s Prevention of Family Violence Standing Committee
Andrew Markus, Monash University The broad finding of the Scanlon Foundation’s latest survey of Australian … Continue reading Migrants from Africa bear brunt of discrimination but remain positive, survey finds
Professor Sharon Pickering, was honoured on Tuesday night to present the annual Fay Gale Lecture, hosted … Continue reading Professor Sharon Pickering presents Fay Gale Lecture
Nick Economou, Monash University Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his Liberal colleagues have had a … Continue reading The new Senate looms as a serious problem for a damaged Malcolm Turnbull
The 2016 federal election has finally come to an end, with the AEC declaring who will sit in the next Senate. Monash Arts Zareh Ghazarian explains what it all means.
Noor Huda Ismail, Monash University One of the important pillars of Roman law for finding … Continue reading Jihad Selfie: listening to ‘the other side’ in documentary film
Monash criminologist Dr Kate Fitz-Gibbon has published an article in The Guardian today with Deakin … Continue reading Children and the criminal justice system: How young is too young?
Remy Davison, Monash University In a 650-page report last week, the IMF’s own Independent Evaluation … Continue reading A complacent, secretive IMF failed to deal with EU crisis; what’s changed?
Marie Segrave, Monash University On Tuesday night, SBS’ Insight program aired concerns about temporary migrant … Continue reading Why we’re making no progress tackling the exploitation of migrant workers
The Border Observatory’s Dr Marie Segrave was selected to take part in the recent Australian … Continue reading The Border Observatory’s Dr Marie Segrave at AAS High Flyers Think Tank
Colleen Lewis, Monash University At long last, Australia has a government that is prepared to … Continue reading Queenslanders will soon see in real-time who’s paying politicians – now Canberra must act
Paula Michaels, Monash University Is there a difference between calling a woman or a man … Continue reading Memo Steve Price: how ‘hysteria’ has been used to degrade and control women
Monash Criminology doctoral student, tutor and research assistant, Madeleine Ulbrick, has recently been awarded a … Continue reading PhD Scholarship Success for Criminology’s Madeleine Ulbrick
Remy Davison, Monash University The world still needs the central banks to bail us out … Continue reading In a world of low rates, what else can the RBA and central banks do?
Shaun Carney, Monash University Malcolm Turnbull has been leader of the federal Liberal Party twice … Continue reading Enigmatic Turnbull creates his own misfortune and will be forever diminished by it
Zareh Ghazarian, Monash University Australia has burned through five prime ministers in five years – … Continue reading Explainer: what’s at stake in the Australian election?
Paul Strangio, Monash University In this first of two major essays on the men who … Continue reading Shorten the consensus leader unites a fractured Labor, but it may not quite be enough
Narelle Miragliotta, Monash University At the Greens campaign launch in Melbourne last Sunday, Richard Di … Continue reading A fringe group no more, the Greens put the frighteners on the two major parties
Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) has funded a new research project as … Continue reading Social Sciences researchers to work on ANROWS project
Ben Wellings, Monash University Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has opened a fundamental … Continue reading Brexit stage right: what Britain’s decision to leave the EU means for Australia
Remy Davison, Monash University Mass politics versus elite interests. Mad dogs and Englishmen. That’s the … Continue reading Witless white noise, virulent ugliness: Brexit debate plays out its last scenes
by Nick Economou Election campaigns are full of metaphors and symbols, and one of the … Continue reading Both parties to launch in western Sydney, the symbolic heartland of uncommitted but powerful voters
Findings from the Samoa case study that formed part of the Fluid Security in the … Continue reading Border Observatory research contributes to RN program on remittances