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An excellent, thoughtful review by @JonPiccini of Terry Irving's new biography of Vere Gordon Childe, 'The Fatal Lu… https://t.co/RATNkYddfN
7/6
2020
We're thrilled that 'Attending to the National Soul' by Stuart Piggin and Robert D. Linder has been shortlisted for… https://t.co/nnm5p8TRJS
7/1
2020
'... this sweeping and readable history of Australia’s mallee country introduces the reader to these "wondrous" eco… https://t.co/e7Er6j7ETg‘… an intelligent survey of the length and breadth of an extraordinary career.’ John Rickard reviews Richard Allso… https://t.co/1Xu2HkiKn5
6/25
2020
The June 2020 issue of the Victorian Historical Journal, with a review of THE SHELF LIFE OF ZORA CROSS by Carmel Sh… https://t.co/H6bqzv4CHM
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6/24
2020
Taming of the Mallee country https://t.co/Pl6DGrwmog
6/22
2020
'The book is a riveting and persuasive read, and a timely reminder to always be critical of those things which seem… https://t.co/Eeb3ozofaC
6/18
2020
Announcing the #MFLA2020 Shortlist The White Girl, Tony Birch @UQPbooks Islands, Peggy Frew @allenandunwin No One,… https://t.co/3DjA2AoMfx
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6/17
2020
My psychological horror story, 'The Mark', is on the Aurealis Awards 2019 shortlist for Best Horror Short Story. I… https://t.co/0SX2wiZzbO
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing @gracechanwrites @closemdownes Congratulations on being shortlisted @gracechanwrites! Such great news 😊🎉What’s on the ⁦@AFSJournal⁩ editors’ desk? We’re getting biographical with ⁦@cclperkins⁩ and ⁦@EJBrand⁩ this week.… https://t.co/Zb4NVZvpID
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing'I hope this text will be the start of a wider and deeper appreciation of what these artists did, and the many obst… https://t.co/BRsh4o1VhY
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6/15
2020
Professor @lynetterussell AM, Director of the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre, explains what you can do here in Au… https://t.co/zkH8nmCkrP
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingThe Good #University, discussion with Solidarity College, today 12 noon UK time: https://t.co/WvIHD3AnT0 Be welcome!
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6/11
2020
What can we learn from previous plagues and pandemics? – ⁦@MonashHistory⁩ and ⁦@MonAncCultures⁩ reflect on preceden… https://t.co/7VAJx1gvOt
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing.@MonashUni historians reflect on what past pandemics teach us about COVID-19 in the latest from #MonashLens.… https://t.co/1JPiF7TW4o
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing‘Long before the Stella Prize, there was Stella herself, but also Ada, various Marys, Catherines and Elizabeths, Ta… https://t.co/H6R2BX56NU
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingMonash historians put their heads together and reflect on what past pandemics teach us about COVID-19:… https://t.co/mpJ1dLILHe
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingProfessor Jenny Hocking (@palaceletters) recently won her longstanding campaign for the National Archives of Austra… https://t.co/hbcG1JZJJn
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6/10
2020
Online discussion "The Good #University" and #Solidarity #College Thurs 11 June 12:00 Cambridge! Be there, or be sq… https://t.co/BjRxwLcWIQ
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing‘Long before the Stella Prize, there was Stella herself, but also Ada, various Marys, Catherines and Elizabeths, Ta… https://t.co/HiSiwWfqvg
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingTo be reviewed in @SydReviewBooks alongside Brenda Niall by @LucySussex is a day-making event for this newcomer. https://t.co/1dP7iPgNxI
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6/9
2020
A thought-provoking review of @raewynconnell's The Good University from my fantastic @UoYEnglish colleague,… https://t.co/xCzEVZpNtC
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingIn case you missed them, TASA Thursdays recordings for Raewyn Connell's, David Rowe's & Alan Petersen's conversatio… https://t.co/oDZLhsbN2x
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6/5
2020
'Connell's book is not a doom-laden jeremiad. It is ... deeply committed to universities as life-affirming, and cap… https://t.co/KThr7HPiq7
6/4
2020
In the moving final part of Terry Irving and Rowan Cahill's discussion of Terry's new bio of Vere Gordon Childe, 'T… https://t.co/TwEAlbALGXToday we acknowledge the successful fight of Eddie Koiki Mabo in dispelling the myth of terra nullius in the High C… https://t.co/p0NeSjYpCP
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6/3
2020
Delighted that Georgina Arnott has called THE SHELF LIFE OF ZORA CROSS 'a highly original and accomplished contribu… https://t.co/9NbJOpdrSD
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing‘I hope this text will be the start of a wider and deeper appreciation of what these artists did, and the many obst… https://t.co/tBNUX5FjiL‘This is a historian at the top of his game.’ Great review by @DrBenjaminJones of Sean Scalmer's 'Democratic Adven… https://t.co/cwmV8CGGIs'Finally, we have an in-depth biography, focusing on the central place of socialist politics in Childe’s life, and… https://t.co/4f6fXf8fEm
6/2
2020
This is tomorrow night!!🎉💖 We're so excited to be launching our program tomorrow from 6:15pm. Tune in and listen to… https://t.co/nVGDZhFWaJ
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingThe fifth and final instalment will be uploaded later this week 4/4Catch up now on the first four videos of Terry and Rowan Cahill discussing the remarkable life and thought of Child… https://t.co/AgvopEwaDc'The videos, I have to say, are a beautiful exercise to engage us with the book's themes. A kind of amuse-bouche fo… https://t.co/Usj3usRxU7Terry Irving's video series about his new biography of renowned Australian-born prehistorian and archaeologist Vere… https://t.co/ygjN1BwFqH
6/1
2020
“It’s terrific news,” Hocking told @GuardianAus. “It’s such important news for history, for our nation, because the… https://t.co/i6mw8V76dd
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingGood news – entries for the @EPAs_Aus have been extended! There's now an extra week to apply for this celebration o… https://t.co/0CnfXGpEhF
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing'Libraries are spaces that allow you to daydream and get lost and that’s really important in productivity and creat… https://t.co/A24gCD4G6T
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingWhile we have announced the winner of our #RareBooksBakeOff we just couldn't resist sharing with you a few of our w… https://t.co/WSs69rPH3q
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5/30
2020
Some great history books in this sale: https://t.co/t0QdAcDwdH
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingOur ebooks promotion of a curated selection of 25 ebooks is in its final days! All titles are $9.99 each until 31 M… https://t.co/IrA9WKWKTCMeet the team behind Global Encounters & First Nations Peoples: 1000 Years of Australian History. This Laureate pro… https://t.co/zFebj7v2sq
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5/28
2020
"It's always great to hear how participants have taken the experience back to their workplaces - and to see how man… https://t.co/CpeTwWjOSE
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingApplications for the 2020 Residential Editorial Program are now open - a week-long intensive development program fo… https://t.co/EuDFVe0wTj
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingListen to Sean Scalmer's conversation with PhD candidate Jimmy Yan on the University of Melbourne's SHAPS podcast a… https://t.co/ukhWBaqrs7
5/27
2020
The Indigenous concept that rocks, trees and animals have consciousness is difficult for Westerners to accept, but… https://t.co/eYkWQf8yUR
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingPart four of Terry Irving and Rowan Cahill's discussion of Terry's new biography of Vere Gordon Childe, 'The Fatal… https://t.co/c6LyVFFdou
5/26
2020
Prof Wayne Hudson from @accc4pillars (Charles Sturt uni) wrote a hugely important book on Australian Religious Tho… https://t.co/unxfZuRc9I
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing15,000 Rohingya refugees under quarantine as coronavirus cases rise in the camps https://t.co/43FkTDMsVd via @SBSNewsFor fellow Oz history buffs, Frank Bongiorno and Sean Scalmer tonight discuss Sean's biography of Graham Berry, a f… https://t.co/qJoEkU7J5O
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingAn exploration of 'theosophy' by some great minds: Beyond belief: theosophy in Australia https://t.co/K8lfm5Ik5Y
5/25
2020
The World Health Organization said the virus had spread to every one of Africa’s 54 nations and has warned that a q… https://t.co/V3WzKJBrda
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5/24
2020
JOIN US!! Voiceworks are accepting applications to join our Editorial Committee until Sunday 31 May! We're keen to… https://t.co/qqGT7XEplK
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingCOVID-19: Why arts funding matters now more than ever #MonashLens https://t.co/fmLH8PkgeC
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5/21
2020
On #InternationalTeaDay here is Zora Cross's favourite recipe for 'Australian Nectar', courtesy of the Sun (23 Augu… https://t.co/tA8DQF0yoW
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ review in @GoodReading magazine of @cclperkins's 'utter delight' of a read, 'The Shelf Life of Zora Cros… https://t.co/SFf52tntNl
5/20
2020
Join Clinton Fernandes at 6:30pm on Friday 29 May for the @avidreader4101 online launch of 'Island off the Coast of… https://t.co/WLmYm7XwqXDid you know it's National Archaeology Week? Check out the online events celebrating Aus archaeology and archaeolog… https://t.co/BG6P5E8y96
5/19
2020
Browse our curated selection of 25 ebooks on sale for $9.99 each until 31 May. Covering Australian history, politic… https://t.co/qFoCUJExObPart 3 of Terry Irving and Rowan Cahill's discussion about 'The Fatal Lure of Politics' is up now. The theme is 'sp… https://t.co/gUfl1c4iV3'They form a wonderfully contrasting, often idiosyncratic group portrait of dedicated, adventurous women.' 'Intrép… https://t.co/3lVe4kaH0UHappy 130th birthday to Australian writer Zora Cross, born #OTD in 1890. Our latest blog by Library editor… https://t.co/kfaG4W1Gl6
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingThis photo of Zora Cross (expertly coloured by @RussellSPerkins) was taken on Zora's 29th birthday, 18 May 1919. Th… https://t.co/z3IP65H29e
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5/18
2020
Join Sean Scalmer in conversation with Frank Bongiorno on Monday 25 May for the free online Readings launch of Sean… https://t.co/ZX0yYuSpRX
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing'Three-time Victorian premier Graham Berry was arguably the most gifted and certainly the most controversial politi… https://t.co/WcKjXzKhgS
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingVery proud! https://t.co/011o2xv7iG‘Most of them despised the term “woman artist” ...’ Pick of the Week in Spectrum for @MonashPub https://t.co/vO3oehRoS9
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5/16
2020
Delighted to announce that in 2021 I will take up the role of Chair of @WellcomeTrust, which exists to improve heal… https://t.co/y8RuqAGmBW
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingMeet Preservation Technician Savina Hopkins, who meticulously inspects, protects and preserves items in the Library… https://t.co/GhXF6ubupl
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingTogether with her research team, Professor @lynetterussell, Director of the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre, revea… https://t.co/0HZtUxtGn0
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingCompetition closing soon! In celebration of our new cooking series, try your hand at historical recipes from our ra… https://t.co/5nVkV9Vqdg
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5/14
2020
'Three-time Victorian premier Graham Berry was arguably the most gifted and certainly the most controversial politi… https://t.co/WcKjXzKhgSJoin Sean Scalmer in conversation with Frank Bongiorno on Monday 25 May for the free online Readings launch of Sean… https://t.co/ZX0yYuSpRXHistory in the making: how libraries are capturing the pandemic for posterity #SLVMemoryBank https://t.co/f3Up0oEIK7
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5/13
2020
Catch part two of Terry Irving and Rowan Cahill's expansive discussion of 'The Fatal Lure of Politics', Irving's ne… https://t.co/tTPEob1VFR#honesthistory @MonashPub Rolf Gerritsen reviews an excellent book on Pilbara Indigenous and labour history:… https://t.co/XhtNcSyiNP
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5/12
2020
And here’s Jim Colman's account of the battle for The Rocks: https://t.co/xqe4gWrEqB https://t.co/AjVn69cVP0
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5/11
2020
Samuel Furphy (@historyANU) reviews Bain Attwood's The Good Country (Monash 2017), finding 'a case study par excell… https://t.co/ip6Jy7ZNPy
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5/9
2020
Self-isolating and looking for a next great read? Look no further! For the month of May only, a curated selection… https://t.co/Vw9hEZ73Rj
5/7
2020
Fascinating! https://t.co/iozxRXRTr7'What I love most about the book ... is that it takes us right to one of the most fascinating periods of our histor… https://t.co/3MOWEUuGM9
5/6
2020
Australia Reads (@australiareads) receives $100K in federal funding, announces Reading Hour date change: https://t.co/nHSZf8aFtm
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing @jendowli @raewynconnell's Good University book reads like a pretty good job application to me ... what do you think Raewyn? 😀
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingWhy not try your hand at some fun historical recipes and get the chance to win? We've combed through our rare cookb… https://t.co/UclF0PgO3f
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingEnthralling interview @LaTrioli with author Sean Scalmer on his book on Graham Berry - the 11th Premier of Victoria… https://t.co/hakZ0HmekE
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5/5
2020
'This collection draws out more than is usually encompassed in "life and work" tributes.' Nicholas Brown reviews '… https://t.co/WV6ts4g9HsFrom our best days to our worst, the ABC has always been there for Victorians. And now, they're supporting student… https://t.co/3xVQhwmvXt
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingIt started after the Indian authorities found a large number of #coronavirus cases among Muslims who had attended t… https://t.co/GcWq1qKMas
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing'There's a continuity to his life. And moreover, and most significantly, the continuity is his politics.' Watch T… https://t.co/joHzceOO1nOn 1 May 1946, Daisy Bindi led the walk-off that was to become the remarkable Pilbara Aboriginal strike. Read the… https://t.co/b0mwyJJte4
5/4
2020
At 1pm today our academic staff are performing in our first Digital Lunchtime Concert! You can stream the perform… https://t.co/ubDDIkSv0P
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishing“...sheds a fascinating light on a neglected corner of Australian history”: Kathy Gollan reviews Anne Scrimgeour’s… https://t.co/wCdxSUxlz7
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4/29
2020
Tara June Winch expresses her deepest thanks to Elders and linguists for saving and preserving the Wiradjuri langua… https://t.co/1z4Zb1ooFY
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingZora Cross was called 'an Australian Sappho' and her poems compared to Shakespeare's sonnets. We're delighted to sh… https://t.co/57C3a7AN46
Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingYour weekend reading: dive into Australia's literary history and discover the poet Zora Cross in this extract from… https://t.co/vRNVHQd3cv
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4/27
2020
“As the history of Australia’s last fifty years is written, Malcolm Turnbull will feature as a phenomenon more than… https://t.co/Ss5JyjWowy
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4/26
2020
Come together 11am this ANZAC Day for a special online event with author and historian Prof. Bruce Scates. Bruce wi… https://t.co/8SAaShucgK
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Retweeted by MonashUniPublishingHardie Grant says the Turnbull autobiography has sold 50,000 in four days. Massive.
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4/24
2020

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