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Found 16 related courses for Griffith University Undergraduate History Subjects

  • Take a more rigorous approach to researching academic pieces. Begin to implement improved structural, citation and referencing practices. Size up sources for credibility and bias. Produce essays that are more professional and impartial.

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  • Academic Writing

    GRF-COM10 | Undergraduate

    Punch up your academic writing skills. Grapple with the building blocks that inform effective essay writing. Consider the importance of structuring your arguments. Strengthen your ability to work with sources and to reference accurately.

    • 14 Mar 2022
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  • Enhance your ability to study and reflect on narrative fiction. Discover new tools to aid with literary analysis. Unpack key literary subjects. Probe into some of the developments that shook prose fiction during the reign of 20th century modernism.

    • 18 Jul 2022
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  • Chart the course of 20th century Australian writing. Mine the material of novelists, poets and journalists. Span global events like the Great Depression and World War II. Search for social and cultural reflections in Australian writers’ work.

    • 07 Nov 2022
  • A History of Crime and Punishment

    GRF-HSY311 | Undergraduate

    Plunge into the history of crime, law and criminal justice. Dissect how attitudes to crime have shifted over the centuries. Follow the twists and turns of the witch-hunts in the Middle Ages. Look at executions in the eighteenth century and identification of criminals in the nineteenth century. 

    • 14 Mar 2022
  • Aboriginal Political Histories

    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.

    • 18 Jul 2022
  • 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.

    • 18 Jul 2022
  • Australia and the World

    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.

    • 14 Mar 2022
  • The Body in History

    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.

    • 14 Mar 2022
  • Cross-Cultural World History

    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.

    • 07 Nov 2022