About

The Monsoon Project is a Crawford-based student publication, where young scholars across the world share their ideas, opinions and stories on Asia and the Pacific.

Please feel free to email the editor at contact@themonsoonproject.org.

Vision

To be the world’s leading platform for student analysis of Asia-Pacific and Australian political, societal and economic issues.

Mission 

To provide a pathway for students from around the world to share their research and expertise on key issues affecting the Asia-Pacific and Australia with a global audience.

Strategy

We will foster and grow a vibrant author community through productive relationships with students interested in writing for us. We will grow our audience through the continued release of engaging student articles and podcasts accessible to students and non-students alike. We will continue to seek out new and innovative ways to engage our audiences and contributors and fulfil our mission, including through the launch of our inaugural Photo Competition.

The Team

Managing Editor: Martyn Pearce

Editor: Serena Ford

Deputy Editor: Maxwell Lowe

Process and Development Manager: Dominic Harvey-Taylor

Communications and Outreach Manager: Jonathon Zubrzycki

Associate Editors: Alia Huberman, Erisa Erisa, Gil Rickey, Liam Walsh, Lilliana Cazabon-Mitchell, Sheawin Leong, Xu Chong, Marvin Vestil, Olivia Ireland, Pradeep Pariyar and Noah Yim

 

Initiatives

The Monsoon Project has evolved over time, with initiatives continually centered around the publication and dissemination of ideas. Every year, The Monsoon Project publishes The Monsoon Annual.

The editorial staff is drawn from present and past students of the ANU course: Editor’s practicum: online public engagement, academic blogging, and digital disruption.

Join the Project

The Monsoon Project is always looking to showcase new writing and other Asia and the Pacific-related content. Our editorial team would be delighted to receive finished articles, photographs or other media to publish on the site. For more details on contributing, visit here.

If you want to write but are struggling for inspiration, get in touch and we can point you in the right direction. Contact us at contact@themonsoonproject.org or on our Facebook page.