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Inaugural Monash ACIS Postdoctoral Fellow

We are delighted to welcome Dr Matteo Dutto to Prato, the inaugural recipient of the Monash ACIS Postdoctoral Fellowship.

School of Languages Literatures Cultures and Linguistics 22 March, 2019
Arts Alumni Maeve Martyn, now GM of Humanities 21

BA Alum (2016) Maeve Martyn, now General Manager of Humanities 21

General Manager of Humanities 21 Maeve Martyn studied a Bachelor of Arts (Italian Studies & History double major) at Monash, and recently shared how this launched her career at Monash's regular seminar for students ‘Arts in the Real

2 August, 2017
Monash University Korean Studies Program: two new international appointments

Monash University Korean Studies Program: two new international appointments

The Korean Studies program at Monash, established in 1988, is one of the fastest growing language and studies programs in the School.  With the retirement of the foundational lecturers in 2015, the School made two

6 May, 2017
Nic Davidson & Sarah Holloway, Founders of Matcha Maiden

The global opportunities with Arts at Monash

Arts/Law (2012) graduate Sarah Holloway co-founded Matcha Maiden, a global e-commerce organic matcha powder supplier, and about a year ago started the physical venue  12 April, 2017

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Lecture: Dr Carrieri on Jewish musicians in Fascist Italy

There are voices of resistance that are little heard but will remain alive forever

6 March, 2015
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Prof Zyg Baranzki (Notre Dame University US and University of Cambridge, UK) is Visiting Scholar at the Italian Studies program at Monash

Prof Zyg Baranski , a world’s leading expert on Dante, medieval literature and poetics, and expert on modern literature and film, is Visiting Scholar at the Monash Italian Studies program. During his visit he will give three lectures.

8 September, 2014
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Seminar by Prof Paolo Bartoloni (September 3)

It is one hundred years since Zeno Cosini, the narrator and protagonist of Italo Svevo’s modernist masterpiece Zeno’s Conscience, started writing his autobiographical confession.

25 August, 2014
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Reinterpreting ‘Italian’ for the 21st century

In an era when millions of people living in countries other than Italy identify themselves as Italian – it is the fifth most claimed ancestry in Australia – the question of what that actually means becomes a complex one.

15 August, 2014
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Exploring perceptions of Europe in Italian Australian cultural productions

Dr Eliana Maestri (University of Warwick) visited Melbourne recently to conduct interviews with second and third-generation Italian-Australian artists and writers as part of a research project...

28 April, 2014