The far-right's wade into the welfare waters
To what extent is "welfare chauvinism" apparent in One Nation’s views of social welfare policies in relation to refugees and asylum seekers, and Indigenous Australians?
Keeping COVID-19 out of the community
Memories of the 1919 Spanish Flu and 1968 Hong Kong Flu have shaped Indigenous' peoples response to the pandemic.
What's in a name?
"Karen", the name that has become code for boorish, entitled behaviour, joins a long history of names being appropriated for various purposes – often unkindly.
Where sex and racism collide
Grindr is deleting its "ethnicity filter" in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, but although digital apps are spaces for connection, online dating platforms often provide a safe space for racist attitudes.
Listening to, and living with, the land
John Bradley was just a teenager when his eyes and ears were opened to kincentric ecology and Indigenous knowledge.
The threat to those most vulnerable
There's deep concern for the impact a second or third COVID-19 wave could have on Indigenous Australians.
Re-Cooking the first contact narrative
Research is exploring the relationships forged between Indigenous Australians and outside cultures long before Captain Cook's arrival.
Preserving Indigenous languages
A language is said to become extinct when its last native speaker dies. Often that final breath also draws into death the identity ascribed by Indigenous people to their natural world – its plants, animals and landscape.
An advocate for Aboriginal identity
One of Monash's first female Aboriginal law graduates, Virginia Robinson, is working tirelessly with the Aboriginal community on issues of social justice and empowerment.
A reckoning with history
Through the intensely personal theatre work of Tom Molyneux, we learn about an Indigenous soldier who served in World War I.
Gender equality: it's everyone's business
We need to think about the problems that men and women face not as competing priorities but as part of the same toxic social problem.
More than words: preserving Indigenous languages
Monash Country Lines archive founder John Bradley is 38 years into a journey tracing and recording vanishing oral traditions in an Indigenous heartland.
That's what I'm talking about
A series of animated films is future-proofing Indigenous culture, language and knowledge for generations to come.
Beyond the ATAR
The qualities required to become a successful teacher run far deeper then students' academic rankings.
Hitting all the right notes
Australia's thriving hip hop scene is home to a diverse group of emerging female talent. Here's five of the best.
Gay Jennifer Breyley
Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music
Senior Research Fellow, Monash Indigenous Studies Centre
Associate Professor, Department of Social Work, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
Senior Lecturer, Department of Social Work, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
Associate Professor, Monash Indigenous Studies Centre
Professor of Linguistics
Senior Lecturer, Sociology
Professor and Director, Monash Indigenous Studies Centre
Associate Professor at Monash Sustainable Development Institute and the Faculty of Law