This is a closed event for students in the Faculty of Arts at University of Melbourne. A Q&A event in association with an exhibition of prize-winning photography from the New York Times focusing on the way people engage visually with...
  • September 4, 2019
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Deakin University is a public university in Victoria, Australia.
  • August 14, 2018
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This is a closed event for students at Loyola College. Professor Dan Woodman from the University of Melbourne will talk to Loyola College students about the future of work and how careers of the future can be informed by a...
  • September 4, 2019
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This is a closed event for Sociology VCE students at RMIT Urban School, Victoria. Dr Kathryn Daly from RMIT University will engage in a discussion with VCE Sociology students about the ways that Sociology approaches thinking about community and social...
  • September 4, 2019
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This is a closed event for Global Politics VCE students at RMIT Urban School, Victoria. Associate Professor Tim Lynch from the University of Melbourne will engage in a discussion with students about Global Politics, including Syria and climate change.
  • September 4, 2019
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This is a closed event for Sociology students at Ilim College, Victoria. Dr Diana Johns from the University of Melbourne will engage in a discussion with students about three topics: How is crime defined and who defines crime? Factors contributing...
  • September 4, 2019
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Sushi Das is an award-winning journalist and the chief of staff at RMIT ABC Fact Check. For more than two decades she worked for The Age in various roles, including news editor, senior reporter, columnist, feature writer and Op-Ed editor....
  • September 7, 2019
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This is a closed event for Sociology students at Keilor Downs Secondary College, Victoria. Associate Prof Katie Wright and Dr Sara James from Latrobe University will engage in a discussion with students about crime and deviance and popular culture.
  • September 4, 2019
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Monash University is one of Australia’s leading universities and ranks among the world’s top 100.
  • August 7, 2019
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Andrew Dodd is the director of the Centre for Advancing Journalism at the University of Melbourne. He has been a journalist for more than 25 years, working in radio, TV, print and online. He was a broadcaster at ABC Radio National,...
  • September 7, 2019
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Misha has been a journalist for more than 20 years. In previous roles he was a reporter at The Age, founding editor of The Big Issue Australia and editor of Crikey, The Reader and The Melbourne Weekly. He also spent...
  • September 7, 2019
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The Research & Policy Centre at the Brotherhood of St Laurence is delighted to invite you to attend our September session of Brotherhood Talks: Danielle Wood from the Grattan Institute joins Dr. Dina Bowman from the Brotherhood to examine why women’s economic disadvantage remains a live issue...
  • August 30, 2019
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Current policies have become disconnected from the concerns of everyday people. In our present political climate, economic insecurity and worsening inequality have made decent jobs, affordable housing and a strong public service precarious. Indifference towards truth, in favour of vested...
  • August 30, 2019
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Alexandra Wake is a program manager for the Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) at RMIT University and is the elected President of the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia. She is a board member of the Dart Centre for Journalists...
  • September 5, 2019
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In recent times, both feminisms and femininities have taken on spectacular forms within what Banet-Weiser (2018) terms a broader ‘economy of visibility’. Many have questioned what transformations, possibilities, and consequences feminine visibilities indicate in relation to feminism, as feminist aims,...
  • August 21, 2019
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The University of Melbourne is a public research university located in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1853, it is Australia’s second oldest university and the oldest in Victoria. (source: Wikipedia)
  • June 25, 2018
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As part of national Social Sciences Week 2019, CHASS is organising a series of free public events in collaboration with publishers Routledge-Taylor & Francis. Called ‘Social Sciences Stars’, this series will be held in three cities – Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne on Monday,...
  • August 19, 2019
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Steven is Associate Professor in Sociology at Monash University. Steven is an internationally recognized expert on young people’s transitions to adulthood and the changing nature of men and masculinity. His research has focused on issues such as men’s emotionality, education and...
  • August 13, 2019
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Akane isLecturer in Media & Communication Studies at Monash University. Akane’s research investigates changing practices of gender through media, spanning digital self-representational practices, popular culture and self-branding. She is particularly interested in how social media is impacting cultures of femininity,...
  • August 13, 2019
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Professor Jude McCulloch, Professor JaneMaree Maher and Dr Kate Fitz-Gibbon A Social Sciences Week 2019 event In this seminar, we reflect on the problems and possibilities of counting intimate femicide in the context of a three-year Australian Research Council funded...
  • August 19, 2019
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Mark is Professor, School of Media Film and Journalism at Monash University. Mark’s research explores the social implications of data mining and online monitoring, and he has undertaken a major project investigating public attitudes toward the collection of personal information online....
  • August 13, 2019
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With more nations taking steps to tighten their borders and more people on the move than ever before, perhaps no force in today’s world is as polarizing as global migration. This panel discussion will bring together journalists from The New York...
  • August 15, 2019
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Asher is Associate Professor of Criminology at Monash University. Asher’s research investigates gendered and technology-facilitated violence, such as online harassment and image-based abuse. She is particularly interested in how people access and negotiate justice in a world increasingly dominated by...
  • August 13, 2019
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What does it mean for universities to collaborate well in Indigenous-settler relations? How can collaboration be supported and nurtured in ways that advance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander goals and aspirations? Across our institutions of higher education there are many...
  • August 10, 2019
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Social media are now firmly embedded in the daily lives of many people, as channels for connection, as sources of news and information, and as archives of personal memories. At the same time, public trust in social media companies has...
  • August 7, 2019
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Hosted by: Monash Gender Peace and Security Centre Presented by: Sarah Brown, 2019 Monash GPS Youth Fellow
  • August 7, 2019
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Join Dr Helen Forbes-Mewett, industry experts, university practitioners and international students for a #SSW2019 panel discussion on a vital issue that is often overlooked: the mental health of international students in Australia. In this special event, Monash Migration and Inclusion...
  • August 7, 2019
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Hosted by: School of Social Sciences and Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre. This event will be live recorded for ABC RN Big Ideas. This conversation will explore issues that are too often treated in isolation: critiques of border regulation, how...
  • August 7, 2019
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Social media are now firmly embedded in the daily lives of many people, as channels for connection, as sources of news and information, and as archives of personal memories. At the same time, public trust in social media companies has...
  • August 7, 2019
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Professor Fiona Haines in conversation with Professor Andrew Day Moderated by Associate Professor Juliet Rogers In an era of fake news, alternative facts, and opinion being conflated with expertise in the interests of maintaining ‘balance’, the need for evidence has...
  • August 6, 2019
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