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Found 16 related courses for Griffith University History Subjects

  • Irish Literature

    GRF-LCI21 | Undergraduate

    Trace a line through the recurring themes present in Irish literature. Engage with works by writers such as James Joyce and W. B. Yeats. Open yourself up to examples of new Irish writing including women’s fiction. Focus in on historical and social contexts.

    • 14 Mar 2022
  • Cinema History

    GRF-CMM10 | Undergraduate

    Put the history of cinema up in lights and analyse the results. View generic, technological and gendered perspectives. Note the building blocks that go into narrative construction. Think about film in terms of political and social concerns.

    • 29 Nov 2021
    • 18 Jul 2022
    • 07 Nov 2022
  • A History of War

    GRF-HSY315 | Undergraduate

    Scour the history books to see how war is narrated and what it says about recording history. Delve into the ethical questions about war. Pursue a greater understanding of how it has shaped our world. Be on the lookout for war analysis’ recurring themes.

    • 29 Nov 2021
    • 18 Jul 2022
  • Histories of Sexuality

    GRF-HSY204 | Undergraduate

    Turn the pages of time in the history of sex and sexuality. Cover sexology, romantic friendships, prophylaxis and queer lives – spanning from ancient times through to today. Explore how gender, class and ethnicity comes into play in intimacy.

    • 18 Jul 2022
    • 07 Nov 2022
  • Newspapers in History

    GRF-CJR340 | Undergraduate

    Flash back to the glory days of the newspaper in western society. Leaf through the history of Britain and Australia’s relationships with newspapers. Witness the rise of political opinion pieces. Utilise 20th century papers as historical sources.

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  • Themes in World History 1300-1800

    GRF-HSY111 | Undergraduate

    Embark on a journey through time when human connection gained traction – through commerce, war, empire and colonisation. Look at how this history encouraged new ways of thinking and seeing the world. Discover the emergence of the modern world.

    • 29 Nov 2021
    • 18 Jul 2022
    • 07 Nov 2022