Not offered in 2014
This intensive unit will bring together students from Monash campuses in Australia and South Africa to study the contemporary histories of post-genocide and post-conflict societies.
Students will spend one week in Johannesburg and a second week in Kigali exlploring public debates on memory, testimony, trauma and justice. Places to be visited include the Apartheid Museam, Soweto, Constitution Hill, the Murambi genocide memorial and Rwandan survivor organisations.
Study Programs and Tours
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Arts ISP application process – Current Monash students
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Arts ISP application process – Non-Monash students outside Australia
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Arts ISP application process – Cross-institutional, within Australia
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Eligibility requirements for International Study Programs
To be eligible to do an Arts International Study Program (ISP), you must meet the following criteria:
Tours – Fees
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Bangladesh Disaster Management Field Study
If you are interested in natural hazards, their consequences and the responses that help recovery and preparedness for future hazards, then this unit is for you. The unit is designed to provide opportunities for students to examine Bangladesh’s applied disaster response and recovery approaches.
Study Tour of the Gallipoli Peninsula
Join Australia’s leading Gallipoli Historian, Professor Bruce Scates, in a journey across this historic landscape, retrace the steps of the men who fought there, and watch history come to life in the gullies and the ridges.
Final Journey: Remembering the Holocaust
This intensive unit explores modern history of European Jews before and after the Holocaust. Students will travel to the major centres of interwar Jewish life in France, Italy, Germany, Poland and Lithuania, and encounter the diverse heritage of Jewish life in each country.
War and Peace: Models of Conflict Resolution
Please note that this is not offered in 2013. 2014 dates TBC.