- A Message from the Dean of Arts
Putting practice into theory
Alumna Danielle Kidd recently ran as a Labor candidate for Braddon. Born and raised in Burnie in the North-West Tasmanian electoral division she campaigned to represent, Danielle is an advocate for social justice. We spoke to Danielle on the campaign trail to hear about her political inspiration and her advice
Supporting the transformative power of Classics
When Professor Tim Parkin visited Melbourne over a year ago on exchange from the University of Manchester, he realised that it was time to come back to the southern hemisphere.
Your Personal Audio Tour of the Louvre Abu Dhabi
The new Louvre Abu Dhabi showcases hundreds of works of art and culture from around the world - here's your personal audio tour of some of the most fascinating objects
Resonance: A Tsunami Violin Concert
This concert commemorates those who lost their lives in Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami on 11 March 2011. It is a reminder that many people are still suffering from the disaster, and that we could still be of some help.
From the Catholic Church to President Trump - Investigative Reporting vs. the Excesses of Power
Walter V. Robinson delivers the A. N Smith lecture.
A Poetic Future in Memory of Peter Steele
A much loved and esteemed member of The University of Melbourne and Newman College communities, Father Peter Steele SJ AM (22 August 1939 - 27 June 2012) inspired a new generation of poets.
Applications for the MAP18 Startup Accelerator are Now Open
Once a year, the MAP Startup Accelerator funds a group of startups and works with them to grow their businesses. Are you next?
Callout: ACMI X Residency Program open for applications
Staff, graduate students and alumni of The University of Melbourne are eligible to apply for the ACMI X Residency program, which provides co-working opportunities for creative practitioners and researchers in moving image and digital arts technologies.
Short Course: The Galileo Affair
The 'Galileo Affair', as it has come to be known, remains one of the most fascinating episodes in the history of science. It is often taken as an illustration of the repressive attitude of the Catholic Church to the rise of modern science in the 17th century, and an example