- A Message from the Dean of Arts
Award recognises the power of multi-talented storyteller
Jub Clerc is the proud winner of the 2017 Kate Challis RAKA Award for best stage play.
Family and friendship spark a Rising Star
Robert and Tarang met whilst studying the Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) in 2009 and have been friends ever since.
Research spotlights diversity and inclusion issues in universities
Associate Professor Nana Oishi has researched a new report on workforce diversity in higher education. Looking at the experiences of Asian academics in Australian universities, Oishi found that most saw their ethnic and cultural background as a disadvantage in their workplace.
Alexis Wright named Boisbouvier Chair in Australian Literature
The award-winning Indigenous novelist Alexis Wright has been appointed as the Boisbouvier Chair in Australian Literature at the University of Melbourne.
Professor Cordelia Fine wins prestigious Royal Society Prize 2017
School of Historical and Philosophical Studies Professor, Cordelia Fine, has won the 30th anniversary Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize for her book “Testosterone Rex: Unmaking the Myths of our Gendered Minds”.
Honorary doctorate for indefatigable ancient historian extraordinaire, Ronald Ridley
Long-serving University of Melbourne academic Ronald Ridley Professor Emeritus in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, received an honorary Doctor of Letters from Macquarie University.
Melbourne Masterclass: 10 Great Books
Explore 10 great books presented by 10 celebrated scholars in a supportive and lively masterclass environment.
2018 Arts Alumni Awards: Nominate Now!
Do you know an outstanding Arts alumnus making a difference locally or internationally?
Melbourne Masterclass: “Paris in the World”
Explore how Paris became synonymous with gleaming architectural wonders, harmonious facades, and numerous public squares, in the context of France’s social, political, and cultural upheavals during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.