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Found 11 related courses for University of South Australia Undergraduate History Subjects

  • Tertiary Learning Strategies

    USA-SSK10 | Undergraduate

    Commit to following the academic writing process. Cover everything from managing information to submitting your essay. Enhance your formal writing skills. Reference texts to support your arguments. Pick up techniques for compiling a bibliography.

    • 29 Nov 2021
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    • 30 May 2022
    • 29 Aug 2022
    • 28 Nov 2022
  • Human Health

    USA-HEA110 | Undergraduate

    Map how the human body is formed and navigate the way cells, tissues and organs operate.Observe the roles of the respiratory, skeletal, muscular, nervous, cardiovascular and digestive systems. Identify how metabolism impacts the nervous system.

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  • Aboriginal Cultures

    USA-ABT13 | Undergraduate

    Undergo a broad investigation into Indigenous Australian society and culture. Examine Aboriginal philosophies. Cover recognition and reconciliation. See how Indigenous Australians' relationship with the land is reflected in their language and art.

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  • Travel back in time and see how Indigenous Australians lived pre and post British occupation. Chart the relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. Track shifting ideologies. Note the emergence of the Indigenous political voice.

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  • Trace the 20th century history of Indigenous Australians' relationship with the government. Get a background on government policies and the Stolen Generations. Hear about key protests. Draw on historical materials such as government archival sources.

    • 30 May 2022
  • Witness the growth of a nation and the birth of its identity. Gain an Australian perspective on the World Wars, the Great Depression and the Cold War. Map the rise of Aboriginal activism. Zero in on political figures like Menzies, Hawke and Howard.

    • 29 Aug 2022
  • Evaluate the events that led to the European colonisation of Australia. Unpack the ideology of colonialism. Record how European settlement affected the environment and Indigenous Australians. Follow the path of history to federation and World War I.

    • 28 Feb 2022
  • Indigenous Arts, Culture and Design

    USA-ABT25 | Undergraduate

    Enjoy the diversity and complexity of Indigenous art and cultural output. Measure how contact with other cultures has impacted Indigenous art practice. Take part in discussions about intellectual property, representation and presentation.

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  • Caring for Country

    USA-ABT36 | Undergraduate

    Broaden your understanding of Indigenous values. Traverse The Dreaming and the beliefs that stem from it. Probe discussions about native title. Address the impact these issues have on resource management, tourism and environmental protection efforts.

    • 29 Nov 2021
  • Comparative Indigenous Studies

    USA-ABT18 | Undergraduate

    Compare how First Nation peoples in North America, Australia and the Pacific region experienced colonialism. Examine the strategies they used to respond to their invaders. Grapple with issues like culture, sovereignty, assimilation and treaties.

    • 29 Nov 2021