The Australian Embassy in Brazil is funding an exchange of family violence experts. The first phase of the project, taking place in June 2019, involves five leading gender and family violence prevention scholars traveling to Brazil to engage in a15 May, 2019
Resettling migrants in regional Australia has become a focus of the federal government’s new population plan. Research by the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre and Welcoming Cities has examined the benefits and risks of regional migrant13 May, 2019
One of Indonesia’s most prolific poster artists, Alit Ambara was a Visiting Fellow of the Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre. In collaboration with the Sir Louis Matheson Library, the Centre co-hosted a series of events featuring him13 May, 2019
Brain research is entering a thrilling new stage, and Monash University is at the fore.
By combining the high-end interdisciplinary approaches from philosophy and neuroscience, Monash’s Dr Noam Gordon and Professor Jakob Hohwy8 May, 2019
The first semester of 2019 proved a busy one at the Japanese Studies Centre; we welcomed back Dr. Alison Tokita as an adjunct researcher, as well as hearing from both local staff and guest speakers.
We were particular pleased to start out7 May, 2019
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 aFilm and Television 6 May, 2019
Professor Cat Hope announced as Vice President of the Australian Council of Deans and Directors of Creative Arts
Today, the Australian Council of Deans and Directors of Creative Arts (DDCA) welcomes Professor Cat Hope as its newest Vice President.1 May, 2019