Dr Zareh Ghazarian, a lecturer from the School of Social Sciences, will feature in a … Continue reading Radio regular: Politics lecturer joins ABC Radio segment
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.
International students taking an introductory journalism unit at the Caulfield campus say they benefitted from … Continue reading Journalism trials support tutorial program for international students
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
An Empire’s rebels banished to the end of the earth: a documentary brings to life a forgotten history of convict rebels.
Monash University’s journalism and multimedia students have been highly commended in the Ossie Awards for … Continue reading Monash Journalism students project highly commended in Ossies
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
The Sea Turtle and The Osprey, an animation detailing a story from the Yanyuwa family, … Continue reading Monash Country Lines animation to be broadcast on NITV in December
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.
The Centre for Women’s Studies and Gender Research presents a public lecture, Towards Women’s Security: … Continue reading Launching the Monash Gender, Peace and Security Initiative: Towards Women’s Security
‘World War One: A History in 100 Stories’ was launched at Melbourne Museum on Remembrance … Continue reading 100 Stories launch at Melbourne Museum
The ARC has recently released the results for the Discovery Projects (DP) and Discovery Early-Career … Continue reading Latest ARC success for the Faculty of Arts
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.
The recent ‘Domestic Violence & Interpreting – A National Forum’ hosted by Monash’s Translation & … Continue reading Insight into need for interpreting services in legal, mental health and domestic violence areas
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
Five Monash undergraduate students were selected to participate in the 2015 Security and Strategy undergraduate … Continue reading Defence and Security in the real world: Monash students attend ADFA Conference
Monash Historian Adam Clulow, who teaches East Asian History at Monash, has recently been awarded the 2015 … Continue reading History’s Adam Clulow awarded 2015 Humanities Book Prize
Dr Zareh Ghazarian of the School of Social Sciences has been awarded the Australian Prime … Continue reading Prime Minister’s Centre Fellowship for Monash academic
Monash University’s Professor Lynette Russell will deliver the 2015 Annual Lecture of the History Council … Continue reading Monash historian to present Annual Lecture of the History Council of Victoria
Due to the remarkable success of the free online course, ‘World War One: A History … Continue reading Monash MOOC: World War 1 history in 100 stories
Earlier this year, Oscar Schwartz presented a TEDxYouth@Sydney talk on his PhD research exploring the … Continue reading Can a computer write poetry? Oscar Schwartz presents at TEDxYouth Sydney
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
The Border Crossing Observatory and Monash School of Social Sciences‘ Antje Missbach recently published an article in SOJOURN (Journal … Continue reading How and why people become involved in asylum seeker smuggling
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
Monash University’s Associate Professor Shane Homan will work with Professors Richard Vella and Stephen Chen … Continue reading Australian music exports under the microscope