Associate Professor Paul Strangio‘s book Neither Power Nor Glory: 100 Years of Political Labor in Victoria, 1856-1956 (Melbourne University Publishing 2012) has been awarded the Henry Mayer Book Prize for Australian Politics. This is a biennial prize awarded by the Australian Political Studies Association for the best book on Australian politics published during the previous two years. Paul’s book had also previously won the highly competitive History Publication Award in the Victorian Community History awards in 2012.
Colleagues in Politics at Monash have now won the Henry Mayer Book Prize on two consecutive occasions. Professor James Walter’s book What were they thinking? The politics of ideas in Australia (2010) was the previous winner of the prize.
Emeritus Professor Jim Walter
Professor Jim Walter’s transition to Emeritus Professor was celebrated at a dinner in early October … Continue reading Emeritus Professor Jim Walter
ATS3836 Victorian Parliamentary Internship Program
Applications for ATS3836 Victorian Parliamentary Internship Program first semester 2017 open on Monday 10 October … Continue reading ATS3836 Victorian Parliamentary Internship Program
2016 Postgraduate Publication Prize
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.
Paul Strangio at the Australian Senate Occasional Lecture Series
Social Science’s Associate Professor Paul Strangio will be giving a lecture in Canberra this week as part of the Australian Senate Occasional Lecture Series entitled “The Australian Prime Ministership–Origins and Evolution“.
2016 Fay Gale Lecture
The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, in conjunction with Monash University, is pleased to present the Academy’s 2016 Fay Gale Lecture: “Invisible and Dying: Women Crossing Borders in South East Asia”. Presented by Professor Sharon Pickering, Monash University
Dr Helen Forbes-Mewett welcomed to the Victorian Government Research Institute on Social Cohesion (RIOSC)
Helen will help build this interdisciplinary Community of Practice (COP) and participate in research, policy and program development, and enhance the dialogue around social cohesion, multiculturalism, community resilience and preventing violent extremism.
Social Sciences grad Lucie Cadzow heads to Oxford on Clarendon Scholarship
A Monash Social Sciences graduate has won a scholarship to study at the University of … Continue reading Social Sciences grad Lucie Cadzow heads to Oxford on Clarendon Scholarship
Gender and Family Violence: New Frameworks in Prevention
In 2015, the Andrews Labor Government announced a Royal Commission Into Family Violence. Headed by … Continue reading Gender and Family Violence: New Frameworks in Prevention
IR’s Dr Maria Rost Rublee presents to Engineers Australia Panel
Dr Maria Rost Rublee (International Relations) recently presented to the Engineers Australia Nuclear Engineering Panel on … Continue reading IR’s Dr Maria Rost Rublee presents to Engineers Australia Panel
Dr Remy Davison meets with Italian Chief Economic Advisor Dr Filippo Taddei
The School of Social Sciences’ Dr. Remy Davison met recently with a senior Italian government … Continue reading Dr Remy Davison meets with Italian Chief Economic Advisor Dr Filippo Taddei
Crocodiles in the Timor Sea: development and socio-economic implications of the maritime resources dispute
Tuesday 16 February, State Library of Victoria This public seminar was hosted by the Anthropology … Continue reading Crocodiles in the Timor Sea: development and socio-economic implications of the maritime resources dispute
Defence and Security in the real world: Monash students attend ADFA Conference
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