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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 the world?

30 January, 2018
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Monash Anthropology hosts ‘Solo, Solitude’ at ACMI & a conversation with filmmakers

With the Herb Feith Foundation, Monash University’s Anthropology will co-host the film screening of Solo, Solitude (Istirahatlah Kata–kata) followed by a Q&A and an ‘in conversation event with filmmakers Yosep

22 September, 2017
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New book on Islamic preaching in Indonesia

Cornell University Press has just published Hearing Allah’s Call: Preaching and performance in Indonesian Islam, written by the Monash University anthropologist, Associate Professor  22 September, 2017

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Lenore Manderson and John Gardner on the ethnography of health and medical practices

NEXUS Student Ethnography Symposium Flyer July 2017 (1)

10 July, 2017
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Masculinities in Indonesia and East Timor

Monash Anthropology/School of Social Sciences hosted the ‘Masculinites in Indonesia and East Timor'  on Tuesday 9 May 2017.

26 June, 2017
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Dr Paul Mason joins Monash Anthropology!

As an anthropologist, Paul has contributed to theory and knowledge in the fields of ethnomusicology, medical anthropology, and complex systems theory.

30 May, 2017
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Monash Anthropology welcomes Sam Taylor-Alexander!

We welcome Dr Samuel Taylor-Alexander to our Anthropology program! He joins us from the J Kenyon Mason Institute for Medicine, Life Science and the Law, which is housed in the Edinburgh Law School at the University of

29 May, 2017
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Katherine Carroll, Susan Ireland, Louise Johnson, Jenni Millbank, David Ranson and Iolanda Rodino speak at Monash on donation.

Monash Anthropology & Health and Biofutures Focus Program of the Faculty of Arts invites you to a free public event, a discussion of the value – financial, moral and ethical – generated through live donations of bodily tissues and

29 May, 2017
New contribution to public discussion on turn-back policy from Antje Missbach

New contribution to public discussion on turn-back policy from Antje Missbach

Dr Antje Missbach‘s research specialisation includes people movement and migration policies in the Asia-Pacific. Her latest contribution to debate around Australia's turn-back policy, prepared with a number of colleagues, appeared

16 May, 2017