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Winner of the John Legge PhD Thesis Prize

The winner is Dr. Gwyn Andrew McClelland, for his PhD thesis, entitled Legacies of suffering, theologies of hope: Nagasaki Catholics, the bomb and dangerous memory (Monash University).

Faculty 13 August, 2019

Monash University announces two new appointments to the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation

Monash University is pleased to announce two new appointments to the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation. Professor Rebecca Margolis commences as Director and Pratt Foundation Chair of Jewish Civilisation in February, 2020, replacing

Faculty 31 July, 2019

Monash Arts academics win two places in ABC Radio National’s Top 5 Humanities and Social Sciences Media Residencies

In an extraordinary coup for Monash Arts, Dr Ruth Morgan and Dr Barbara Barbosa Neves have been named as recipients of ABC Radio National’s 2019 Top 5 Humanities and Social Sciences Media Residencies.

Faculty 15 July, 2019

Monash Arts grad Tess Guthrie leads change in not-for-profit sector

Equal parts philosopher, musician and the future of tech, Tess Guthrie is the definition of a multifaceted modern powerhouse. After graduating from Monash University with majors in philosophy and pure maths, Tess created her own data analytics

Faculty 5 July, 2019
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Three in one: Monash Arts capitalises on value of interdisciplinary study

In 2020, Monash Arts strengthens its commitment to interdisciplinary learning by launching its Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics. Developed by the faculty’s world-renowned academics, this innovative program is designed for deep

Faculty 12 June, 2019
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Interdisciplinary study reveals mechanisms of the conscious mind

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 Hohwy

Faculty 8 May, 2019
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Outstanding ARC Results for Monash Philosophy

Philosophy at Monash achieved the nation’s best results on the recent grants round from the Australian Research Council. 4 Discovery grants were awarded, adding to the recent award of a Future Fellowship to Professor Toby Handfield:

School of Philosophical Historical and International Studies 8 March, 2019
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History in practice: Monash Arts graduate interned with International Criminal Tribunal

In 2015 Monash Arts/Law alumnus, Stephanie Sprott, did an internship at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ITCY). We talked to her about the challenges and rewards of this unique experience, and how it relates to her

Faculty 19 July, 2016