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Shannon Kaye – 2016 Intern at the Small Projects, Istanbul

  After completing the exchange semester of my Arts (Global) degree at Bogazici University in Istanbul I decided to stay on in this fascinating city and volunteer with a developing grass-roots NGO ‘Small Projects Istanbul’. The mission of this organisation is to improve the lives of displaced Syrians who have chosen to self-settle in Istanbul,…

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Thomas Crowe, Intern at the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect

Interning at the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (GCR2P) has been an experience of immeasurable value. The opportunity to fully and freely take advantage of the myriad of opportunities afforded to me by this internship has been greatly facilitated by the Humanity Foundation Scholarship.   My experience at the GCR2P deepened my understanding…

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Monash Arts Graduate Coursework Programs Event in Jakarta

SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2017 GRADUATE COURSEWORK PROGRAMS IN ARTS, HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES: Inspiring Graduates to Achieve Great Things Join Monash Arts graduates and academics, and discover the ways in which our Arts graduate programs will inspire, guide, and launch you into achieving incredible outcomes and careers with a lasting impact. REGISTER SESSION 1: 11am-12noon…

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Steffanie scores front page byline during The Age internship

Steffanie Tan, a third-year journalism student at Monash, says she’s ‘lucky’ to have scored a front page byline during her internship at The Age. Co-authored with The Age journalist Tom Cowie, the story discusses the results of a longitudinal national survey into the challenges facing Australian families, with a particular focus on anxieties surrounding childcare. Steffanie says…

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Friday essay: Joan of Arc, our one true superhero

By Ali Alizadeh, Monash University One need not be a parent of a young child, as I am, to be conscious of the full-blown resurgence of the superhero in contemporary popular culture. Beyond the dizzying proliferation of fetishised merchandise to do with Marvel and DC protagonists and the frankly obscene sights of middle-aged folk squeezed…

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Tony Moore presents at Leap into the Modern symposium

On Saturday 12 August, Associate Professor Tony Moore (School of Media, Film and Journalism), was part of a symposium ‘Leap into the Modern: Dance Culture in Australia from the 1930s’ at the National Gallery of Victoria discussing the creative and historical context of modern dance in Australia from the 1930s to the present day.  Associate Professor…

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