University Unlimited: the Monash Story by Graeme Davison and Kate Murphy

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June 2012, no. 342

University Unlimited: the Monash Story by Graeme Davison and Kate Murphy

Reviewed by
June 2012, no. 342

For a young academic in need of a job, 1964 was a lucky time. After three pioneering years with small enrolments, Monash University was bracing itself for the first big influx of postwar baby boomers. Above the flat and muddy stretches of Clayton farmland, where Wellington boots had been the footwear of choice, the first tall buildings were emerging. The Arts wing of the twelve-storey Robert Menzies School of Humanities was in pristine state when I moved into Room 727 in the department of English, on the seventh floor.

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