The University of Warwick (UK) and Monash University (Australia) have signed a new agreement to create an alliance between the two universities that will clearly establish both as “globally networked universities”.
SOPHIS is currently working with Warwick on three important projects
- A team led by Adam Clulow and David Garrioch is working with staff at Warwick’s Global History and Culture Centre to design a new undergraduate unit focused on global history.
- Peter Howard, Convenor of the Prato Consortium for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, is collaborating with staff at Warwick and other international partners to develop 5-year research and teaching plan focused on Medieval and Renaissance History.
- The Australian Centre for Jewish Civilization has received funding to develop a joint program with Warwick in Holocaust and Genocide studies that incorporates research and conferences.
Congratulations to SOPHIS Student: Victorian Young Australian of the Year 2016
Robert Gillies Undertaking three university degrees simultaneously, leading an orchestra and playing for a number … Continue reading Congratulations to SOPHIS Student: Victorian Young Australian of the Year 2016
Research Unit in European Philosophy Workshop
Tuesday 15 September, 11am-4pmCaulfield campus, H 05- H 06 Aesthetics, Nature and History: Themes and … Continue reading Research Unit in European Philosophy Workshop
Research Unit in European Philosophy Public Lecture
Monday 14 September: 4.30 pmCaulfield campus, Building H, Theatre HB 39 Professor Eli Friedlander (Tel … Continue reading Research Unit in European Philosophy Public Lecture
What is it to dream? – Jennifer Windt on Radio National
Dreams—we all have them, even if we do forget them. But what are they exactly?
“My research focuses on philosophy of mind and philosophy of cognitive science.
Language Pangs: On Pain and Language
Workshop with Dr Ilit Ferber Wednesday July 29. 1.00- 4.00pmH8.05 & H8.06 Building H. Caulfield … Continue reading Language Pangs: On Pain and Language
Figures of Affect: Suffering, Consolation and Care
Tues 28 July, 2015 – 11.00-2.30 (Lunch Provided) Location: Building H Rooms 8.06/05 The Australian … Continue reading Figures of Affect: Suffering, Consolation and Care
First prize for SOPHIS student in ‘3 Minute Honours Thesis’ competition
International Studies honours student Alannah Cusin has taken first prize in the Arts Faculty’s recent … Continue reading First prize for SOPHIS student in ‘3 Minute Honours Thesis’ competition
Australian Generations: Researching 20th Century Lives and Memories
The Australian Generations Oral History Project has interviewed 300 people living in Australia born between 1920 – 1989. The interviews explore Australian life and society across time, and illuminate generational change and inter-generational dynamics. This event is the researchers’ first opportunity to share their findings about 20th and 21st century history and memory.
- Public Lecture, “The therapeutic imagination and public history: reflections on trauma and memory”
- ACJC and History host international research symposium on Trauma and Testimony
Monash Undergraduate Bioethics Minor Featured in The Age– “Controversial Questions about Life”
“Controversial Questions about Life” Julia Hinde 25 October 2013 The Age click here to read … Continue reading Monash Undergraduate Bioethics Minor Featured in The Age– “Controversial Questions about Life”
Congratulations to SOPHIS staff: 2013 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research by an Early Career Researcher
The 2013 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Resarch by an Early Career Researcher was announced … Continue reading Congratulations to SOPHIS staff: 2013 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research by an Early Career Researcher