Events Archive - Monash Arts Events

TOURISM AND SOCIAL JUSTICE: GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES

The pioneering work of two of the globe’s leading scholars working on critical investigations into the global tourism phenomena will be showcased. Dr. Stroma Cole will present insights into water and social justice in Bali and Dr. Freya Higgins-Desbiolles’ will examine food tourism as a pathway to decolonisation and alternative futures. Equity, gender empowerment, indigenous […]

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Free Sound Series Concert – A concert of Hindustani music, featuring Dharambir Singh (ENG) and Bobby Singh (AUS)

Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music Free sound series concert Free Sound Series Concert – A concert of Hindustani music, featuring Dharambir Singh (ENG) and Bobby Singh (AUS) Dharambir Singh is one of the most prominent Sitar player and Indian Music educator based in England. Disciple of the legendary Sitar maestro Ustad Vilayat Khan, Dharambir […]

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Performing Indigeneity in the Age of Modernity/coloniality

Monash Indigenous Studies Centre The subject of performing indigeneity is, undoubtedly, one of the most important subjects among the people of the present world order. However, though important, this subject has rarely been interrogated through a Mordecolonial epistemic lens that questions the role of performing indigeneity in transcending and/or sustaining the power structure of modernity/coloniality […]

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Public Lecture with Lord Meghnad Desai

Monash Arts and Monash Business School A Monash Arts and Monash Business School Public Lecture We are delighted to invite you to a special lecture ‘Artificial Intelligence and a changing global workforce and balance of international power’ by Lord Meghnad Desai, proudly

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The German ethnographic expeditions to the Kimberley, Northwest Australia 1938/9, 1954/5

A Monash Indigenous Centre Seminar In this seminar I want to discuss a range of aspects of an ongoing project that is aimed at developing a systematic and collaborative assessment of the materials related to the German ethnographic expeditions to the Northwest Kimberley. These expeditions were conducted by the Institut für Kulturmorphologie (now Frobenius Institute, Frankfurt am […]

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Media Matters: Violence Against Women

Synopsis:There has been a big increase in news reporting about domestic violence: what was once seen as a private matter is now recognised as a pervasive social problem. The United Nations has urged member states to work with media on primary prevention through influencing community attitudes. This is reflected in action plans at both Australian federal government level, and in Victoria. What role does the media have in creating change?

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