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Arts Honours 2018 – Information Sessions

Are you thinking about doing your Honours with Monash Arts in 2018? Information sessions for will be held this September and October at our Caulfield and Clayton campuses. Please see the listing below for session details. School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics English as an International Language, Languages, Linguistics, Literary Studies Clayton: Wed 13…

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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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O’Connor attends UNESCO’s ‘Ahead of the Curve’

In May 2017 Monash’s Professor Justin O’Connor was one of 20 international experts invited to a seminar “Ahead of the Curve” in Berlin organised by UNESCO and the Robert Bosch Foundation. Professor O’Connor and the experts discussed the future of the 2005 Convention on Diversity of Cultural Expressions, in the wake of the faltering of…

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Christiane Barro & alum Danny Tran shortlisted for Walkley Award

Monash University journalism student Christiane Barro has been shortlisted for the Walkley Award for Student Journalist of the Year. The judges cited three stories, all published on Mojo, journalism’s student news website: “‘I would have sat every day of those 20 years in jail’ – parents still in legal limbo over cannabis oil”; “It’s not our fault: Dole…

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“Legacies of resistance we need to act upon”: PhD candidate Matteo Dutto

Sometimes dubbed the ‘black Ned Kelly’, Jandamarra of the Bunuba nation is an iconic figure in the history of Australian Indigenous armed resistance to colonial invasion, and while Indigenous Australians have always shared stories of both Jandamarra’s resistance and of other key Indigenous people, such as Yagan of the Whadjuk Noongar and Pemulwuy of the Bidjigal people, the wider Australian public…

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