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The Female Eye to debut in China

Monash PhD candidate and MFJ lecturer Alison Stieven-Taylor has curated a photographic exhibition 'The Female Eye' which will make its debut in September at the Pingyao International Photography Festival in China.

15 August 2019

Dimattina breaks into TV reporting with Nine

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Nine News reporter and Monash journalism alumna Nadia Dimattina says a willingness to pursue unpaid internships has contributed to her development as a regional journalist, based in Gippsland.

7 August 2019

Monash student films to screen in Federation Square

This June the Melbourne night will light up with Monash student films when they hit the big screen at Federation Square. A selection of the best films made by Film and Screen Studies students over the past number of years will be presented in a series of one-hour programs at 6pm on the 3rd, 4th, 8th & 9th of June, 2019.

Film and Television 6 May 2019

Conviction Politics: a digital history of the convict roots of Australian democracy

Associate Professor Tony Moore will presenting a seminar, Conviction Politics, on April 30 at UCL Laws, University College London. He will examine the digital humanities approaches in the ARC linkage project, http://convictionpolitics.net.

This seminar will draw on Tony Moore’s monograph Death or Liberty, and the documentary of the same name.

24 April 2019
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Moore to deliver key addresses in Cork and London

Monash’s Head of Communications and Media Studies Associate Professor Tony Moore is presenting to audiences at University College London’s Faculty of Laws (UCL Laws) and University College Cork (UCC) in Ireland during April.

24 April 2019
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