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  1. Monash University, Room S324, Menzies Building, 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

    In this masterclass and workshop, students will be introduced to in-production web series Distancia


  2. Monash University, Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Music Auditorium, Building 68, 55 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton Campus

    For more information, please contact Megan Burslem on 9905 3231.


  3. Monash University, Room E561, (Menzies Building) 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

    As a part of National Archaeology Week this seminar an exploration of Australian Archaeology in 2018; research, teaching and as a profession; strengths and weaknesses, and looks forward to where our current trajectory might send us in the future.


  4. Monash University, Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Music Auditorium, Building 68, 55 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton Campus

    For more information, please contact Megan Burslem on 9905 3231.


  5. Monash University, Drama Theatre, Performance Arts Centre, 55 Scenic Blvd, Clayton campus

    Diana Barrymore is largely remembered today – if she is remembered at all – as a ‘tragic figure’ whose struggle with alcoholism epitomised the fall of the Barrymore acting


  6. S801, Building S, Level 8, Monash Caulfield Campus

    This paper examines the intersection between Asian Australian scholars’ research and online cultural activist projects.


  7. Monash University, Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Music Auditorium, Building 68, 55 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton Campus

    For more information, please contact Megan Burslem on 9905 3231.


  8. The Gallery, Sir Louis Matheson Library

    School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies Seminar Marxism-Lewinism and the Origins of Stalinism Moshe Lewin (1921-2010) was a Polish Zionist, Jewish refugee, kolkhoznik, Soviet proletarian, Red Army officer, Holocaust survivor, kibbutznik, journalist, and communist. In his 40s, in Paris, he became an English-language historian of the Soviet Union. Inspiring a whole group of American […]


  9. Monash University, Caulfield Campus, Building S, Room S901

    This panel explores podcasting as an example of the way in which journalism’s frontiers are being blurred, broken down and expanded in today’s media environment.


  10. Japanese Studies Centre, 12 Ancora Imparo Way

    Jonathan Bate is Provost of Worcester College and Professor of English Literature in the University of Oxford.


  11. Monash University, Room E561, (Menzies Building) 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

    The People’s Republic of China and Taiwan together compose one of the world’s most dangerous geopolitical hotspots.


  12. Paris Cat Jazz Club

    So What? is a timely invitation to explore the impact of jazz and improvisation research on artists and communities of practice and the way we put jazz and improvisation knowledge to work in a variety of different fields and settings.


  13. Monash University Prato Centre

    Marking the 120th anniversary of Sergei Eisenstein’s birth, this international symposium will examine the legacy of the revolutionary Russian director and film theorist and his continuing relevance to contemporary screen studies.


  14. Monash College

    The last forty years of cultural policy have been dominated by economic value, as the arbiter and final legitimation for cultural policy decision making.


  15. Psychedelic Entanglements: An interdisciplinary exploration of psychedelics, science & drug-use


  16. Monash University Performing Arts Complex, building 68

    This three-day conference will focus on the music of composers and performers who identify as female or non-binary in gender.


  17. Monash University Prato Centre

    The conference takes inspiration from its location in Italy and the Libertà d'antenna ‘Free Radio’ movement of the 1970s


  18. Monash University, Clayton Campus

    The conference will provide a platform to reflect on the current state of affairs in Ukraine, including the ongoing crisis in the East of the country.


  19. Monash University, Room N402, (Menzies Building) 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

    This Monash GPS (Gender, Peace & Security) Seminar will feature Professor Zehra Arat speaking on the topic “Diversity and Inclusion: The Neoliberal Accommodation of Women and Feminism.”


  20. Monash University, Robert Blackwood Hall, 49 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton Campus

    To mark the 150th anniversary of Rossini’s death, the Monash Academy Orchstra joins forces with guest artists and the Monash University Singers to perform his beautiful Stabat Mater