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Offering units that aim to encourage students to understand the past and contemporary experiences of Indigenous Australians
An undergraduate major in Indigenous Cultures and Histories is designed to give students an understanding of Australian Indigenous cultures, traditions and histories.
The research team at the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre are world leaders in their field and their work has changed the way we understand Indigenous histories, archaeologies and cultures.
The Centre currently undertakes research in various areas and actively pursues competitive grant funding through such bodies as the ARC. Community projects are a feature of the Centre’s activities.
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In February 2020 Professor Lynette Russell and Postdoctoral Fellow Dr Leonie Stevens took part in an Intensive Dutch for Historians course run by Prof Robert Cribb at the ANU.
Professor Lynette Russell AM, Director of the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre, has been announced as the deserving recipient of a prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) Laureate Fellowship. Her project, ‘Global Encounters and First Nations Peoples: 1000 Years of Australian History’, has been awarded $2.94million over five years.
Two Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowships have been secured by Monash Arts researchers in Philosophy and Indigenous studies this year, following Tuesday's announcement by the ARC.
The prestigious Molly Holman medal for an Arts PhD thesis was recently awarded to Monash Indigenous Studies Centre student, Robert (Ben) Gunn.