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  1. Public seminar: Rethinking the victim: Gender and violence in contemporary Australian women's writing

    N302, Menzies Building, 20 Chancellors Walk, Monash University Clayton Campus

    20 August 2019



    RSVP: to kate.thomas@monash.edu
    Authors, Anne Brewster and Sue Kossew, will be presenting on their book Rethinking the victim: Gender and violence ...

    https://arts.monash.edu/social-sciences/news-and-events/events/events/public-seminar-rethinking-the-victim-gender-and-violence-in-contemporary-australian-womens-writing
  2. Public seminar: ‘Illuminating the past to make the future safer?’ Exploring the talk and text of Domestic Homicide Reviews

    N402, Menzies Building, 20 Chancellors Walk, Monash University Clayton Campus

    22 August 2019



    RSVP: to kate.thomas@monash.edu
    In 2011 Domestic Homicide Reviews (DHRs) were introduced in England and Wales. DHRs tell the story of a ...

    https://arts.monash.edu/social-sciences/news-and-events/events/events/public-seminar-illuminating-the-past-to-make-the-future-safer-exploring-the-talk-and-text-of-domestic-homicide-reviews
  3. Social Sciences Week 2019 - Reimagining Migration: what does the future hold for Australia?

    Wheeler Centre, 176 Lonsdale St, Melbourne

    9 September 2019


    THIS CONVERSATION WILL EXPLORE ISSUES THAT ARE TOO OFTEN TREATED IN ISOLATION: CRITIQUES OF BORDER REGULATION, HOW TO MANAGE LABOUR ...

    https://arts.monash.edu/social-sciences/news-and-events/events/events/social-sciences-week-2019-reimagining-migration
  4. Social Sciences Week 2019: Public Trust in Social Media: Surveillance, Governance, and Big Ideas for Better Futures

    Monash Conference Centre, 30 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

    10 September 2019


    Social media are now firmly embedded in the daily lives of many people, as channels for connection, as sources of ...

    https://arts.monash.edu/social-sciences/news-and-events/events/events/public-trust-in-social-media