From the Spanish Flu to COVID-19: Tales from the healthcare frontline
Although it was a century ago, there are parallels between the Spanish Flu pandemic and COVID-19. What was it like on the frontline for our healthcare workers this time around – and what have we learnt as a society?
Conviction politics: How convicts shaped Australian democracy
The contributions of convicts to Australia's progressive political traditions have been largely and unfairly forgotten.
Monash Country Lines Archive to expand under a new Indigenous name
Monash University’s unique project to preserve, and in some cases bring back to life, Indigenous languages through animation, Monash Country Lines Archive, has been gifted an Indigenous name - Wunungu Awara: Animating Indigenous Knowledges.<
Saving language – the power of ancient Indigenous oral traditions
Monash Country Lines archive founder John Bradley is 38 years into a journey tracing and recording vanishing oral traditions in an Indigenous heartland.
Dr Michael Kirby delivers this year's Richard Larkins Oration
Monash University’s annual Richard Larkins Oration in Melbourne was at the Myer Mural Hall on Wednesday, 4 October 2017. Representatives of business, government, industry, alumni and University supporters attended this prestigious event to
Who will keep predatory science journals at bay now that Jeffrey Beall’s blog is gone?
For aficionados of bad science, the blog of University of Colorado librarian Jeffrey Beall was essential reading. Beall’s blog charted the murky world of predatory and vanity academic publishers, many of which charge excessive fees for