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9 September 2019
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A new book by Associate Professor Silke Meyer (Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre) and Dr Andrew Frost, Domestic and family violence: A critical introduction to knowledge and practice, has recently been published by Routledge.
Eight German and Australian-based scholars gathered at Monash University on May 23 to contribute to a workshop entitled 'Brokerage under scrutiny: Practices of intermediation in a globalising world'.
Monash Arts was thrilled to last week present the Liveable Diversity Summit in partnership with Settlement Services International alongside The Victorian Government, Australian
In a wonderful display of camaraderie, a Monash Arts academic – who is also an Army Reservist – recognised a fellow Monash Arts academic for his ongoing support.
Planning what comes next after undergrad? If you love language and culture, this could put the world in your hands 🙌
Head to our #MonashArts Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics Careers Day on Tuesday 3 September, and hear about the School's leading suite of master's programs:
Master of Applied Linguistics 📖┃Master of Interpreting and Translation Studies 🗣️┃Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management 🌍
Register here 👉 https://bit.ly/2NrxlnR
In preparation for tonight's Monash University - Herb Feith Centre Dialogue on 'Faith and Politics in Indonesia: Managing the Challenge', Associate Professor Julian Millie considers the kind of role Islamic authority should play in Indonesian public life for #MonashLens.
Tonight's Herb Feith Dialogue is a FREE Monash University event, featuring Professor Arskal Salim, Indonesia's Director of Higher Education. 6.00-8.00pm, Room G.03, Learning and Teaching Building, Clayton Campus. Secure your place now: http://ow.ly/vxtk50vF81x
You have a baby. You love the baby. But you have the technology to edit the genes of your next baby. So you do it. Your second child is smarter, happier, healthier. Is your first child... obsolete?
Philosophy Professor Rob Sparrow from Monash University blasts off into the future of bioethics in this interview with Tom & Olly from Hit FM 🚀
To infinity, and beyond! This Future Work, Future Leaders Week, Professor Sharon Pickering, Dean of Arts, joins forces with engineer and entrepreneur Felicity Furey to explore the vital role of the humanities in a new world defined by technological advancement.
Register for this unmissable Monash University monashfwfl event on Thursday 29 August, 2.00-4.00pm here: https://www.monash.edu/fwfl-week/Thursday
You know what's almost as good as a bright and shining future? Free donuts! 🍩
Take a bite of both at our post-grad pop-up sessions this week. Over three days, friendly Arts experts will be at Clayton and Caulfield campuses to answer all your questions about postgraduate study while sharing sweet treats.
Here's where you'll find us:
Tues 20 August: Ground floor foyer, Caulfield Library
Wed 21 August: Ground floor, Menzies Building (20 Chancellors Walk), Clayton
Thurs 22 August: Ground floor, Learning & Teaching Building (19 Ancora Imparo Way), Clayton
Donut miss out!*
*Sorry. We had no choice.
#TBT to when #MonashArts hosted Indonesian pop culture icon Dee Lestari 🇮🇩💃 The acclaimed pop star and author visited campus in June as part of the Monash University - Herb Feith Centre's Dialogue Series, to chat about Indonesia's thriving creative economy.
Sign up for the next Herb Feith Dialogue on Thursday 22 August, where Prof Arskal Salim from the Indonesian Ministry of Religious Affairs will discuss the challenges of faith and politics in Indonesia's Islamic democracy 👉 https://bit.ly/304YfFs
'The world of fiction has been anticipating our automated world long before we were able to build it, providing us with the resources for controlling the technology rather than letting it control us.'
Prof Mark Andrejevic from Monash's School of Media, Film and Journalism knows the future is coming at us fast. As part of a special discussion panel for Future Work, Future Leaders Week, hear this leading expert on automation, AI, robotics and big data explain how science fiction is helping us understand tomorrow's workforce challenges 🤖
Find out what your future looks like at #fwflweek at Monash University, and don't forget to register for the Science Fiction and the Future of Work Discussion Panel on Wednesday August 28 👉 https://www.monash.edu/fwfl-week
In the 1950s, '60s and '70s, thousands of Australian women who had fallen pregnant out of wedlock had their babies taken from them against their will and put up for adoption.
Arts and Law double degree student Laura Woodbridge didn't know much about forced adoptions when she started her internship with the Parliament of Victoria. After undertaking in-depth research on the topic, she became passionate about this moment in history. Her findings have contributed to a new inquiry into support services for affected women.
Hear more about how Laura used her internship to make a difference👇
Register for the Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics Careers Day on Tues 3 Sept to learn about our lea… https://t.co/Rb4HcR7nKs
Ahead of tonight's @HerbFeithCentre Dialogue with @ariel_heryanto @MonashUni on 'Faith and Politics in Indonesia: M… https://t.co/sZj2kb7XED
You have a baby. You love the baby. But you have the option to edit the genes of your next baby. Your 2nd child is… https://t.co/kcBHHOmDjr
World first research into an Australian sandy cay island: interview with Professor Ian McNiven - If the Tudulgal could thrive on a small sandy island and become a leading control centre in Australia's Torres Straits, how can these insights help build more resilient and sustainable communities around...
Part II: Professor JaneMaree Maher on Gender & Family Violence - This podcast continues on from Part I of our interview with Professor JaneMaree Maher on Monash's Gender and Family Violence research.
Why does international evidence show 80% of adolescent violence is committed by sons against their ...
Part I: Professor JaneMaree Maher on Gender & Family Violence - Why does international evidence show 80% of adolescent violence is committed by sons against their mothers? Why is more than one woman per week killed by their current or ex intimate partner in Australia? What do we need to do to make s...
The power in making "0.1 to 100": interview with Dr Xin Gu - Dr Xin Gu of our School of Media, Film & Journalism, is leading an ARC Discovery international research project: Urban Cultural Policy and the Changing Dynamics of Cultural Production. The research explores the dynamics of the “cultural ec...