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  1. Japanese Studies Centre, 12 Ancora Imparo Way

    LLCL Seminar Series


  2. Monash University, Sir Louis Matheson Library, Room T1

    Dr Graham will begin by outlining his key arguments from his most recent publication on the North Korean nuclear crisis, “Trump, Kim and the North Korean Nuclear Missile Melodrama”.


  3. Caulfield Campus, H116, Monash University

    Tom Segev is an Israeli historian and retired journalist.


  4. Music Auditorium

    Aura Go, Musica Viva FutureMaker 2018-19 artist, enjoys an active and multifaceted musical life, performing as a soloist, chamber musician, lied pianist and conductor.


  5. Music Auditorium

    Two of the School of Music's most forward-thinking ensembles come together in a performance of new and experimental music. Experience the sounds created with Push controllers and laptops, and immerse yourself in the latest music to come out of Australia.


  6. Monash University, Seminar Room, Ground Floor, Campbell Hall, 21 Sports Walk

    Music Research Seminars


  7. Alexander Theatre Monash University

    The second Jeanne Pratt Musical Theatre Artists in Residence Program, a visionary program that supports Australian artists to develop new Australian music theatre, will take place at Monash University in 2018.


  8. Music Auditorium

    Join students from the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music in an evening of chamber music. Explore classical music for strings, winds and guitars from the 17th century to today.


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

    The seminar will be dedicated to the people and the institutions that were crucial for mutual cooperation, and will try to assess the importance of PR in international relations .


  10. Monash University, Caulfield Campus, Room B5.37, Building B

    MFJ End of Year Screening and Drinks


  11. The Social and Political Sciences HDR Symposium is a student led and organised annual event designed to showcase and highlight the current research trends of HDR's students in the School of Social and Political Science.


  12. Caulfield Campus, H116, Monash University

    Tom Segev is an Israeli historian and retired journalist.


  13. Room G.31, Learning and Teaching Building

    The event is a celebration of the new Herb Feith Centre. The Centre builds on Monash's strong engagement with Indonesia and the legacy of the Centre of Southeast Asian Studies.


  14. Monash University, MPavilion

    Concert of music from Indonesia and Thailand.


  15. Monash Conference Centre

    Migration is part and parcel of human history and human development but keeps being represented as an exception or a crisis. Recent technological developments in IT and transport as well as the increased pace of social and economic globalisation processes unleash contrasted forces: services, goods, capitals move faster and smoother than before but people’s movement is increasingly restricted and tightly regulated. Globalisation fuels aspirations and shapes the drivers and structural forces that trigger migration.


  16. Seminar Room 1, State Library of Victoria

    The Lecture, held at the State Library of Victoria, is under the joint auspices of the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies and the School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics, and is endowed by Honorary Professor Wallace Kirsop.


  17. Caulfield Campus, H116, Monash University

    Tom Segev is an Israeli historian and retired journalist.


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

    In the book written Ivan Krastev and Stephen Holmes “The Age of Imitation: How the West Won the Cold War but Lost the Peace” (2019), it is argued that the “imitation of the West” was voluntarily chosen by East Europeans three decades ago which led to an on-going political backlash.


  19. Liveable Diversity Summit


  20. Village Roadshow Theatrette, State Library of Victoria

    Jackie Leach Scully will explore how societies now face hard questions about the kinds of people we want to have in the world in the future, the lives we want to lead — and who gets to have a say in making those decisions.