Upcoming Events

Event name

SASS AlumniCONNECT 2021 

Date and Time

Date: 26 November 2021, 6pm-7pm via Zoom

VenueThe interactive panel discussion will be conducted via Zoom (zoom link will be forwarded to the registrants). To register, please click here.
Moderator

Jeron Joseph - Operations and Programme Assistant at United Nations University,International Institute for Global Health

Organised bySchool of Arts and Social Sciences
Event name

In the shadow of state-led gentrification: The commercialisation of residential properties in Seoul

Date and Time

Date: 24 November 2021, 5pm-6pm via Zoom

VenueThe seminar series will be conducted via Zoom (zoom link will be forwarded to the registrants). To register, please click here.
SpeakerProfessor Hyun Bang Shin
Organised bySchool of Arts and Social Sciences
Event name

The Malayan Emergency in Film and Literature - Virtual Workshop

Date and Time

DAY 1 - Thursday, 4 November 2021

  • Panel 1 (Zoom link ) - Film and media infrastructure during the Malayan Emergency 9.00-10.30 (Malaysia time, UTC+8)
  • Panel 2 (Zoom  link ) - Cultural representation of the Malayan Emergency 16.00-17.30 (Malaysia time, UTC+8)

DAY 2 - Friday, 5 November 2021

  • Panel 3 (Zoom link) - In retrospect: looking back at the Malayan Emergency 1 9.00-10.00 (Malaysia time, UTC+8)
  • Panel 4 (Zoom link) - In retrospect: looking back at the Malayan Emergency 2 16.00-17.30 (Malaysia time, UTC+8)

For more information, you can contact Fikri Jermadi at fikri.hakim@monash.edu

DescriptionThis workshop examines how the Malayan Emergency (1948-1960) has been depicted in film and literature since the time of the Emergency up to the present day. To understand the multiple perspectives and stories that have been told about these events, this workshop will encompass representations from different national contexts and historical periods, as well as from a range of literary and cinematic forms and genres. The list of topics and presenters can be found in the attached schedule. The workshop is open to Monash staff and HDR students.
VenueThe workshop will be conducted via Zoom (zoom links for each panel are available next to each panel and in the attached schedule too!)
PanelistPanel 1:
Jon Cowans (Rutgers University-Newark, USA)
Kate Imy (University of North Texas, USA)
Nadine Chan (Claremont Graduate University, USA)
Panel 2:
Lawrence Napper (King's College London, UK)
Anne Wetherilt (Open University, UK)
Jeremy E. Taylor (University of Nottingham, UK)
Panel 3:
Kevin M. Flanagan (George Mason University, USA)
Chrishandra Sebastiampillai (Monash University, Malaysia)
Panel 4:
Chew Hui Yan (Kagawa University, Japan)
Eugene Chua (PhD graduate, Monash University, Malaysia)
Sim Chi Yin (King's College London, UK)
Event name

Migrant decision-making: The Choice of Malaysia as a Popular Destination by Nepali Migrants

Date and Time

Date: 2 November 2021, 5pm-6pm via Zoom

VenueThe seminar series will be conducted via Zoom (zoom link will be forwarded to the registrants). To register, please click here.
SpeakerMs Sharmini Nathan
Organised bySchool of Arts and Social Sciences
Event name

SASS Industry Forum: Developing a Career in Digital Media

Date and Time

Date: 11 October 2021, 12noon-1pm via Zoom

VenueThe seminar series will be conducted via Zoom (zoom link will be forwarded to the registrants). To register, please click here.
The ChairDr Ting Fai Yu
PanelistDevorishi DasGupta,  Noel Ng,  Rubin Khoo
Campaign nameSave The Children with SASS & SUKA - Donate Now
Brief details of the campaign

SUKA Society is losing funding from charitable organisations and donations from the public due to the current Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic situation. To support SUKA during this troubling time, the School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS) is raising monetary donations from all Monash staff and students to fund the purchase of essential food items to be delivered to SUKA Society.

Organised bySchool of Arts and Social Sciences
Event nameResearch Seminar Series (03/2020) - “Conflict, intervention, and tech: Critical perspectives on new technologies in societal conflict in Myanmar and beyond”
Date and TimeTuesday, 7 July 2020, 12 noon
VenueThe seminar series will be conducted via Zoom (zoom link will be forwarded to the registrants). To register, please click here.
SpeakerDr Stefan Bächtold