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  1. 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.

  2. Monash University, Monash Club, 32 Exhibition Walk, Clayton Campus

    This symposium explores the historical, philosophical and social dimensions of this renewed interest in psychedelic drugs. The event will explore histories of research into psychedelics, and insights into consciousness that are emerging in contemporary research.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

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

    This MAMU Exhibition will be held in conjunction with the Gender Diversity Conference at the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music. The Exhibition will be launched on 6 June 2018 as part of the opening of the Conference and will display items that reflect the title of the Exhibition: Women's Contributions to Music in the Australian and Korean Contexts

  6. Monash University Prato Centre

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

  7. 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.

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

    In both Malaysia and Indonesia, popular Muslim preachers are playing an increasingly important role in shaping Muslims’religious attitudes, consumption patterns and political opinions. This talk highlights a few popular preaching figures, exploring their religious affiliations, business activities and political engagement.

  9. Treasury Theatre, 1 Macarthur Street, East Melbourne

    Rosalind Gill, Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis at City, University of London, and also a Visiting Professorial fellow at University of Newcastle, NSW, presents a public lecture on Public Lecture – ‘Postfeminism, Body Love and Selling Confidence to Women'.

  10. 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.”

  11. Monash Univesity, Sir Matheson Library, T4 CL 44Exh (43)

    This seminar, as part of the Melbourne Metropolitan Korean Studies Seminar Series, talks about The Civilian Side of Denuclearization: Energy Policy on the Korean Peninsula

  12. 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

  13. Monash University, Room N502 (Menzies Building), 20 Chancellors Walk

    Monash GPS Seminar featuring Lucy Hall (University of Amsterdam) speaking on the topic, “The WPS Agenda, The Responsibility to Protect and Countering Violent Extremism: Productive Alignment or Constructive Friction?”

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

    This Monash GPS Seminar will feature Associate Professor Susan Harris Rimmer (Griffith) speaking on the topic “Can the Women Peace and Security Agenda Protect Women Human Rights Defenders in our Region?”

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

    Monash University and The University of Melbourne with funding from The Australian Research Council is delighted to present: Rethinking Trans-Asia Media Flow from Australia: An International Symposium.

  16. Monash University, Caulfield Campus

    Creative Directions is a festival of ideas and industry know-how exploring critical issues shaping the nature of work in the contemporary media, cultural and communications industries.

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

    Premieres of works by Iain Grandage (2018 Monash University Ed Byrne Commission) and Ian McQueen are programmed alongside Stravinsky’s masterwork ‘The Firebird', in a concert that pays tribute to the old classics while celebrating the new.

  18. 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.

  19. Monash Asia Institute Conferences & Symposiums CFP – International Conference on Gender and Sexuality in Asia (CoGen 2018) Theme: Gender and sexuality justice in Asia: Conflicts and resolutions In naming gender equality as one of the priorities of the Sustainable Development Goals, the United Nations (UN) is aware of the continuing inaccessibility of many women […]

  20. Monash University, Caulfield Campus

    an occasion for reflection upon the usefulness of film and television practice and scholarship, and offers twin points of reference for the Second Biennial Conference of the Screen Studies Association of Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand .