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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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Never read an Israeli crime novel? Try some Dror Mishani

Never read an Israeli crime novel? Inspector Avraham Avraham – the protagonist of three novels by Israeli author Dror Mishani – has a theory on why. Israel doesn’t “produce books like those of Agatha Christie, or The Girl

20 July, 2015
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An independent Catalonia?

Since a million people marched on 11 September 2012 (Catalonia's national day) in Barcelona demanding the right to a referendum on Catalan independence from Spain, there has been much debate about what an independent Catalonia would be like.

25 November, 2013
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New database on crime fiction by women writers from Spain

A new online database on crime fiction by women writers from Spain was launched at the University of Barcelona's Centre Dona i Literatura (Women and Literature Centre) on 7 October 2013.

19 November, 2013
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Monash collaborates with the Made in Catalonia Film Festival

The Spanish and Latin American Studies program is collaborating with the 2014 Made in Catalonia Film Festival.

18 November, 2013
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Spanish Culture: Applications are invited for the Torres Scholarship for Young Australian Artists

The Embassy of Spain is pleased to invite applications to the twelfth edition of the Torres Scholarship for Young Australian Artists.

4 November, 2013
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Alice Whitmore receives first class honours for poetry translation thesis

Alice Whitmore secured Honours First Class in Spanish and Latin American Studies in the 2013 mid-year results for her thesis on the Mexican experimental poet, Yaxkin Melchy.

20 August, 2013
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Minister launches DVD of interdisciplinary research project fostering social inclusion

The Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship, the Hon. Nicholas Kotsiras officially launched a research project DVD on Friday 23 November at Clayton Campus.

6 December, 2012