Media, Film and Journalism

Award-winning journalist Julian Trantino a true Blue

Melbourne Press Club’s 2009 student of the year and Monash alumnus Julian Trantino has a diverse journalistic role at Carlton Football Club.  The Blues’ digital and social media coordinator performs various roles in his day-to-day work, including journalism, social media, photography and website management.  Read his profile here … Name: Julian Trantino Course: Bachelor of…

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Funeral rites and communication in contemporary Korea

Monash’s School of Media, Film and Journalism’s Associate Professor Gil-Soo Han, together with a team from the School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics, has been awarded significant funding from the Academy of Korean Studies. Assoc Prof Gil-Soo Han, and Andrew Jackson, Lucien Brown, and Josie Sohn from the School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and…

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New bill would make Australia worst in the free world for criminalising journalism

By Associate Professor Johan Lidberg Australia is a world leader in passing the most amendments to existing and new anti-terror and security laws in the liberal democratic world. Since September 11, 2001, it has passed 54 laws. The latest suggested addition is the Turnbull government’s crackdown on foreign interference. The bill has been heavily criticised by Australian Lawyers for…

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The Faculty of Arts Teaching and Learning Awards and Citations 2017

As a Faculty, we have had an excellent year of achievement in education. Both Dr Jonathan McIntosh and Associate Professor Kirsten McLean were recipients of Australian Awards for University teaching and we had unprecedented success in the Vice Chancellor awards with five recipients across the education categories. Vice Chancellor’s awards Dr James Roffee, Vice Chancellor’s Award for…

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New York journalism tour inspires Masters students

By Emma Doherty, Master of Journalism student Monash University’s 2017 New York Field School has been an eye-opening opportunity for journalism, media and communications Masters students to discover what an exciting time it is to be a journalist. More importantly, the touring students have been incredibly fortunate to learn about an industry that is constantly rising…

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Interview with Cristina Álvarez López and Adrian Martin on the audio-visual essay, by Julia Vassilieva

In this interview Cristina Álvarez López and Monash Adjunct Professor Adrian Martin talk about their contribution to the rapidly growing genre of audio-video essay. In their conversation with Dr Julia Vassilieva from Monash Film and Screen Studies they discuss the audio-visual essay’s past, present and future as a form of film criticism, a pedagogical approach and a poetic art practice.

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