Life Moving: Ethical Film Praxis and the Art of Dying
B5.34, Level 5, Building B, Caulfield Campus
21 October 2019
Life Moving: Ethical Film Praxis and the Art of Dyinghttps://arts.monash.edu/media-film-journalism/news-and-events/events/events/life-moving-ethical-film-praxis-and-the-art-of-dying
Dying serves so often within the narratives of Western popular culture, ...
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics Seminar Series - Translinguistic Movement in Sociolinguistics: What do Transglossia and Transglossic Framework Promise for Social Justice and Equity?
Room E561, Menzies building, Clayton campus
22 October 2019
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics Seminar Serieshttps://arts.monash.edu/languages-literatures-cultures-linguistics/news-and-events/events/events/linguistics-and-applied-linguistics-seminar-series-translinguistic-movement-in-sociolinguistics-what-do-transglossia-and-transglossic-framework-promise-for-social-justice-and-equity
Translinguistic Movement in Sociolinguistics: What do Transglossia and Transglossic Framework Promise for Social Justice and ...
Monash Jazz Ensemble
21 October 2019 - 22 October 2019
Two nights of exciting jazz music direct from students and staff of the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music!https://arts.monash.edu/news-and-events/arts-events/calender-events/monash-jazz-ensemble
Refer to ...
War, remembrance and the making of history
John White Room C1.10, Level 1, Building C, Caulfield Campus
22 October 2019
Professor Christina Twomey
Associate Professor Kevin Forster
Professor Craig Stockings
As we farewell the centenary of the end of the Great ...
Geography Seminar: Interaction and Value Matters:AN EXPLORATION ON THE CASE OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS AND GLOBAL VALUE CHAINS
Meeting room N702, 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campusta)
23 October 2019
Erika is a postdoctoral researcher in Geography, and has a strong interest in scholarly discourses at the intersectionof Economic and ...
Henkie Goes to War: Indonesian Children and Dutch Soldiers During the Military Operations of 1945-50
Room E561, Menzies (building 20), Clayton campus
25 October 2019
‘The mascot Henkie, child of Java’ / Photo album of PM Verhoekx, Netherlands Institute for Military History (NIMH), The Hague.
Friday Philosophy Staff Seminar Week 12
Room E561, Menzies building, fifth floor, Monash Clayton campus
25 October 2019
Speaker: Knox Peden, Melbourne (chair: Broad)https://arts.monash.edu/philosophical-historical-international-studies/news-and-events/events/events/friday-philosophy-staff-seminar-week-12
Title: Montesquieu’s Passion
Abstract: Montesquieu’s Spirit of the Laws (1748) has long been recognized as a ...
Launch of the Crime Fiction Project
Room 121, Learning & Teaching Building, 19 Ancora Imparo Way, Monash Clayton Campus
29 October 2019
Come and join the Crime Fiction Project for a conversation with bestselling author Tara Moss.https://arts.monash.edu/languages-literatures-cultures-linguistics/news-and-events/events/events/launch-of-the-crime-fiction-project
Moss will be in conversation with ...
Book Launch: 'Dangerous Memory in Nagasaki: Prayers, Protests and Catholic Survivor Narratives' by Dr Gwyn McClelland
Japanese Studies Centre, Clayton Campus
31 October 2019
Speakers: Dimity Hawkins (AM) and Associate Professor Beatrice Trefalt, Monash Universityhttps://arts.monash.edu/languages-literatures-cultures-linguistics/news-and-events/events/events/book-launch-dangerous-memory-in-nagasaki-prayers,-protests-and-catholic-survivor-narratives-by-dr-gwyn-mcclelland
On 9th August 1945, the US dropped the second ...