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Afghanistan’s all-female Zohra Orchestra to perform at Monash University for one unmissable evening

On Saturday 12 October, the internationally acclaimed Zohra Orchestra present an evening dedicated to generating cultural harmonies and showcasing the nuances of traditional Afghan music at Monash's Robert Blackwood Hall.

Faculty 18 September, 2019

Professor Lynette Russell AM awarded prestigious Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship

Professor Lynette Russell AM, Director of the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre, has been announced as the deserving recipient of a prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) Laureate Fellowship. Her project, ‘Global Encounters and First

Faculty 18 September, 2019

Arts students take on the world with Monash's Global Discovery Program

New York is an exciting city at the best of times. When you’re a Monash Arts student on a trip tailor-made to help you realise your career dreams, it's a whole other ballgame.

Faculty 17 September, 2019

New research from Alan Gamlen compares and critiques the use of ‘Immigrant Investor Programs’ for state development

In a new article, Alan Gamlen and international colleagues have called for a set of principles to ensure well-designed and well-run migration schemes that rely on investment and economic development.

Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre 17 September, 2019

Monash Arts welcomes Professor Guy Geltner as Professor of Medieval and Renaissance History

Monash University's longstanding reputation as a leading international centre for Medieval and Renaissance studies has been further enhanced by the recent appointment of Professor Guy Geltner, one of the world's preeminent figures in the field,

Faculty 16 September, 2019
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MMIC joins leading international network of research institutes and scholars of migration and diversity

The Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre (MMIC) has been announced as the first non-European member of IMISCOE, securing MMIC’s place as a leading voice on migration and diversity in the Asia Pacific.

Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre 16 September, 2019

Brothers and bandmates set to take The Juilliard School by storm

Ziggy and Miles Johnston, graduates of the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, are on their way to New York to start a new chapter as students of The Juilliard School’s master’s program.  Handpicked to train as guitarists

Faculty 10 September, 2019
MMIC researchers launching Oxfam-Monash report

Monash-Oxfam research provides compelling evidence of the social and economic benefits of reuniting refugees with their families

Research conducted under the Monash-Oxfam partnership has found refugees and migrants who reunite with their families are more likely to resettle successfully. The research reveals the devastating effects of separation on individuals, families

Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre 5 September, 2019

Professor Tony Moore dives into Australia’s convict past thanks to ARC Linkage Grant

Professor Tony Moore from the Monash Arts School of Media, Film and Journalism has been awarded a significant ARC Linkage Grant for a major international digital history and media project titled 'Conviction Politics: Investigating the

Faculty 3 September, 2019