Undergraduate

  • An undergraduate major in Australian Indigenous Studies is designed to give students an understanding of Australian Indigenous cultures, traditions and histories.

    A major or minor sequence in Australian Indigenous Studies is offered to Bachelor of Arts students at Clayton. Students wishing to complete this major are recommended to take a first-year sequence in Australian Indigenous Studies.

    Undergraduate and Honours course information

    For information about Australian Indigenous Studies courses, course structure and pre-requisites please see the Undergraduate entry in this year’s handbook.

    Semester 2, 2014

    ATS1254 – Culture, Power, Difference: Indigeneity and Australian identity
    ATS2020/3020 – Colonialism in comparison: Australia, New Zealand and The Pacific
    ATS2358 – Contesting Laws: heritage, culture and land
    ATS3361 – Museums, galleries, theatres: Intentionality, authenticity and reception
    ATS3543 – Archaeology of Indigenous Australia

    Semester 1 – 2015

    ATS1254 – Culture, Power, Difference: Indigeneity and Australian identity
    ATS2354/3354 – Interrogating racism: Indigenous Australian’s and the state
    ATS2355 – Race and Power: imagining Indigenous Australia
    ATS3958 – Practice and praxis: research in contemporary Indigenous studies

    Semester 2 – 2015

    ATS1250 – Cross-cultural interactions on the colonial frontier
    ATS1254 – Culture, Power, Difference: Indigeneity and Australian identity
    ATS2104 – The ethnographic Endeavour: capturing the Indigenous past to understand the Indigenous present
    ATS2358 – Contesting Laws: heritage, culture and land
    ATS2359/3359 – Hearing the country: Studies in Indigenous Australian ethnoecology
    ATS3543 – Archaeology of Indigenous Australia

    For Honours information, please see the relevant Honours section in this year’s handbook.

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