Global Connections and Violence

Global Connections and Violence

The Global Connections and Violence (GCV) Focus Program is an interdisciplinary initiative designed to bring together researchers, both faculty and postgraduate, from Monash, Yale, and other institutions. It aims to advance collaborative research on networks of free and unfree movement; circuits of trade, diplomacy, and violence; and contested spaces and territories.


Monash University hosts renowned scholar Crystal Feimster

Earlier this month, Associate Professor Crystal Feimster, a renowned scholar from Yale University and a visiting professor for the Global Connections and Violence Focus program at Monash, gave a remarkable public lecture, 'What if I Am a Woman?’: African American Women’s Campaigns for Sexual Justice and Citizenship, before a large and receptive crowd at the State Library.

GCV team awarded ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship

As part of the Global Connections and Violence Focus Program, Associate Professor Adam Clulow has received an American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Collaborative Research Fellowship with attached funding of US$200,000.

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