Tech for good?
What is the future of technology-facilitated abuse? Are we able to harness tech for good to combat it?
Rare Treasures of Indonesia
Celebrating Monash University's research focus on the music and cultures of Indonesia, the “Rare treasures of Indonesia” exhibition showcases artistic treasures from Sumatra and Java.
MFJ Graduates win key Radio Today Awards
Media, Film and Journalism (MFJ) graduate and News Corp producer Andrea Thiis-Evensen has won two awards in the Radio Today Awards for Podcast Series Producer of the Year and Podcast Audio Producer of the Year.Journalism graduate and
Podcast: Seeing Green
Check out the new podcast, SEEING GREEN, produced as part of the Australian Research Council Discovery Grant project ‘Australian Environments on Screen’.SEEING GREEN reviews Australian film classics through the lens of contemporary
Climate Notes: Musical performances and interactive exhibition to explore our feelings around climate change
This September, the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne will host live musical performances and a free interactive exhibition, which explores our feelings around climate change.
Conviction Politics ARC Linkage Project
The Conviction Politics ARC Linkage Project led by MFJ's Associate Professor Tony Moore undertook an extensive interstate and international documentary shoot in May and June, that included Sydney, London, Glasgow, Manchester, Cork and
MFJ students have begun production of Season 10 of satirical news show The Struggle, which began airing on Channel 31 on Monday, August 15. The eight-episode season will focus on local and international news and politics as
ANU Australian Studies Institute Visiting Fellowship Program 2022-23
MFJ Monash Senior Lecturer, Dr Kate Fitch, is the first Visiting Fellow in the ANU Australian Studies Institute (AuSI) Visiting Fellowship Program 2022 – 2023, and is currently working at ANU. Her Fellowship project investigates Phyllis
Monash Arts secures National Intelligence and Security Discovery Research Grant
A Monash Arts initiated project, led by the School of Social Sciences’ (SoSS) Professor Robert Thomson, has won a prestigious research grant under the National Intelligence and Security Discovery Research Grants (NISDRG) scheme for 2022.