GEM affiliate Professor Ian J. McNiven featured on new documentary series The First Inventors
Writing with Larissa Behrendt and Sean Ulm for The Conversation, Prof McNiven reveals his involvement in The First Inventors, a new documentary series about Indigenous knowledges and technologies.
Global Encounters Monash featured on ABC News
In a recent interview with ABC News, Distinguished Professor Lynette Russell AM highlighted the project's research uncovering family connections between Indigenous Australians and Indonesia.
The 1623 Project
Between 12 April and 15 May, Global Encounters Monash will publish a blog following the voyage of the Pera and the Arnhem through the Indigenous Nations of Cape York Peninsula, which took place exactly four hundred years ago.
Global Encounters Network Seminar Series returns on Thursday 20 April 2023
Global Encounters Monash is thrilled to be hosting Distinguished Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson for our first online seminar for this year, on Thursday 20 April 2023.
Encounters in Lisbon
GEM researchers recently travelled to Lisbon, Portugal for a conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology.
The Royal Navy and the Examination for Lieutenant
In an article just published in The Mariner’s Mirror, GEM postgrad student Harrison Croft scrutinises the mythologised narrative of the proceedings of Lord Nelson’s 1777 examination for lieutenant.
After 200 years, Bayini has found her authentic voice
GEM research fellow Dr Lily Yulianti Farid, in collaboration with Skinnyfish Music, has helped open a new chapter in encounter history.