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Aboriginal Cultures

Year



Type

Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description

This Major involves the study of the cultures, history and contemporary situations of Aboriginal peoples and their relationships with other Indigenous cultures and the broader Australian society. It encompasses descriptions and analyses derived from Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal sources, and focuses on understanding the issues central to Aboriginal and contemporary Indigenous societies.

Prerequisite(s)

Nil

Assumed Knowledge

Nil

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
MAJOR (8 courses) Note(s): 1
Contemporary Aboriginal Issues HUMS 1034 4.5 1
Aboriginal Cultures HUMS 1035 4.5 1
Caring for Country ENVT 1017 4.5 1
Communication, Culture and Aboriginal Australians COMM 2060 4.5 2
Segregation and Resistance: Aboriginal People and Government HUMS 2035 4.5 2
Industry and Practice PERF 3006 4.5 3
Aboriginal Rights and Interculturality SOCU 3035 4.5 3
Aboriginal Philosophy: Contesting Knowledge in Social Science PHIL 3008 4.5 3
SUB-MAJOR (6 courses) Note(s): 1
Contemporary Aboriginal Issues HUMS 1034 4.5 1
Aboriginal Cultures HUMS 1035 4.5 1
Comparative Indigenous Studies HUMS 2017 4.5 0
Segregation and Resistance: Aboriginal People and Government HUMS 2035 4.5 2
Aboriginal Philosophy: Contesting Knowledge in Social Science PHIL 3008 4.5 2
OR
Aboriginal Voices in Film and Fiction LANG 2007 4.5 2
Aboriginal Rights and Interculturality SOCU 3035 4.5 3
MINOR (4 Courses)
Contemporary Aboriginal Issues HUMS 1034 4.5 1
Aboriginal Cultures HUMS 1035 4.5 1
Comparative Indigenous Studies HUMS 2017 4.5 2
Segregation and Resistance: Aboriginal People and Government HUMS 2035 4.5 2

Rules

Nil

Notes

  1. Students should normally complete Level 1 and Level 2 courses before attempting Level 3 courses in the major/sub-major.