Research & Engagement

The School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies is distinguished by its capacity to attract nationally competitive grants, industry collaborations and graduate research students.

Research projects

Measuring the Mind: A Framework for Building a Consciousness Meter
Tim Bayne (FT15)

The Philosophical Foundations of Women's Rights: A New History, 1600-1750
Jacqueline Broad (DP19)

Artisan mobility, innovation, and the eighteenth-century Republic of Things
David Garrioch (DP19)

Sephardic Jews and the Untold Mediterranean
Julie Kalman (FT17)

The Refugee Legacy for the Second Generation: The Vietnamese in Australia
Nathalie Nguyen (DP18)

Disaster and Photography
Susanne Protschky (DP17)

Australia's Asian garrisons and regional engagement, 1945-1988
Christina Twomey (DP16)

Wandering Minds in Sleep and Wakefulness: Attention, Consciousness, Self
Jennifer Windt (DE17)

Selfless Minds: A cross-cultural theory with relevance for mindfulness
Monima Chadha (DP20)

Research centres and groups

Chosen for their research excellence and impact, Monash Arts research centres and groups receive funding for talent enhancement and capacity building.