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    GRF-HSY210 | Undergraduate

    Run through the history of racial exclusion in Australia since 1788. Debunk the myth that Indigenous peoples were passive when oppressed. Take a closer look at activists, writers and thinkers who fought for Indigenous rights across the years.

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    GRF-GBS313 | Undergraduate

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    GRF-SGY251 | Undergraduate

    Shine a light on youth culture at local, national and international levels. Think about how society transitions people through the stages of youth. Look at the nature of identity. Assess the role of the individual within an institution.

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    View defining moments of terror through an historical lens. Going as far back as the Ancient and Medieval Worlds, you’ll observe political violence through history, reflecting on the social shifts in perspectives and interpretations of terrorism.

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    GRF-AUS21 | Undergraduate

    Walk through the annals of Australian history. See how Indigenous Australians lived before the British arrived. Get snapshots of the Federation and World War II. Dip into primary documents as you work to get an accurate view of how things were.

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    GRF-SGY352 | Undergraduate

    Analyse how humans deal with death and incorporate mourning into our cultures. Reassess the rituals of grief. Probe the politics of euthanasia. Explore the social function of the cemetery. Track the ways that the internet has affected how we mourn.

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    GRF-HSY209 | Undergraduate

    Look back at the attitudes and theories people have held about the body throughout recent history. Identify shifting attitudes to body health and beauty. Expose how attitudes have been shaped by considerations like gender, race and sexuality.

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    GRF-SGY200 | Undergraduate

    Pick apart the relationship between politics and power. Build an appreciation for how politics impacts class, culture and the military. Unpack political trends and history. Gain insight into who benefits from political power and who misses out.

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    • 07 Nov 2022
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    GRF-HSY316 | Undergraduate

    Step into the pages of history to discover how colonisation took place through exchanges involving gender, sexuality, trade, travel, conflict and law. Explore the circulation of ideas and people across the globe and consider colonial violence.

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    • 07 Nov 2022
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    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.

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