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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:

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

8 March, 2019
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Monash Philosopher wins ASSC William James Prize

Dr Jennifer Windt (Philosophy) has won the prestigious 2018 William James Prize for Contributions to the Study of

30 May, 2018
Migrants from Africa bear brunt of discrimination but remain positive, survey finds

Migrants from Africa bear brunt of discrimination but remain positive, survey finds

The broad finding of the Scanlon Foundation’s latest survey of Australian attitudes remains that Australia is seen as a good country for immigrants. New arrivals are optimistic, with just 6% indicating they are “strongly

24 August, 2016
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Symposium brings together women philosophers

The event was held from 7 to 10 July and the lead organisers were Associate Professor Jacqueline Broad (Monash) and Associate Professor Karen Green (Melbourne University).

2 August, 2016
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Congratulations to Evie Kendal, winner of the 2016 Faculty of Arts 3-Minute Thesis Competition

3MT is an academic competition that sees graduate research students from across Australia and the Asia Pacific compete against each other in a battle to provide the most engaging, inspirational and concise three minute summary of their

22 July, 2016
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How gross inequality and crushed hopes have fed the rise of Donald Trump

Donald Trump is now the Republican nominee for president of the United States and millions of people are asking: “How could this happen?”

22 July, 2016
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International Studies Student to represent Monash at the United Nations Climate Negotiations (COP21) in Paris

Anna Zhang is in her final year of her Bachelor of Arts, majoring in International Studies and French. Inspired by her degree, she is passionately involved with social justice movements ranging from poverty eradication, sports for development and

28 September, 2015