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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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Linda Barclay on Disability and Dignity

Disability raises a host of moral concerns - issues around justice, human rights, and what we owe to each other in a compassionate society. But philosophers have been slow to address disability, and what philosophical literature there is often

SOPHIS only 8 March, 2019
Emeritus Professor of History wins distinguished Asian Studies Association Award

Emeritus Professor of History wins distinguished Asian Studies Association Award

David Chandler, Emeritus Professor of History at Monash University, won the 2018 Award for Distinguished Contributions to Asian Studies at the Association for Asian Studies (USA) meeting earlier this year.

SOPHIS only 14 May, 2018
Professor of History, Christina Twomey publishes new book, The Battle Within

Professor of History, Christina Twomey publishes new book, The Battle Within

Professor of History and Head of the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies, Christina Twomey has published her newest book, The Battle Within: POWs in postwar

SOPHIS only 28 February, 2018
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HDR Student Lana Stephens Wins Cassamarca Scholarship for Archive Research in Italy

Lana Stephens, a current HDR candidate in the Monash-Warwick combined degree program, has been awarded ACIS Cassamarca Scholarship to study in Italy in 2018. The committee was reportedly very impressed by the calibre of the application for

SOPHIS only 14 December, 2017
CFP: “Time, Seasons, & the Senses: Urban Space & Environment, 1400-1700”

Join us for an international Renaissance studies symposium at Prato

The international Prato Consortium for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, a collaborative initiative between Monash and a suite of partner universities and archives, holds its annual business meeting at the Monash University Prato Centre 12-15

SOPHIS only 7 December, 2017
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Difficult Pasts: Denial in Australia

Professor Bain Attwood. Returning Harvard Chair Lecture 2016

SOPHIS only 25 November, 2016
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Professor Bain Attwood gives Returning Harvard Lecture

Monash academic and leading scholar in the field of cross-cultural history Professor Bain Attwood presented the 2016 Returning Harvard Chair of Australian Studies Lecture.

SOPHIS only 24 November, 2016
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Australia’s Asian Garrisons

This project examines Australia’s overseas military communities, which saw over 100,000 Australian service personnel and their families reside in Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong between 1945 and 1988.

SOPHIS only 31 October, 2016