- Warriors and Rebels
- Interpreters and Guides
- Petitions and Adjustments: Wyballena 1846, Corranderk 1863, Yirrkala 1963
- Progress and citizenship: FCAATSI 1958, stockmen¿s wages in 1963, 1967 referendum
- Workers and Strikers: Torres Strait lugger strike 1936, Pilbara workers strike 1946, Palm Island and Yarrabah strikes 1957, Gurindji walk-off 1966
- Thinkers and Writers
- Social activism: Freedom Ride and Tent Embassy
- Legal battles: Gove Land rights case 1971, Murray Island land claim, Wik Mungkan native title, Torres Strait sea claim
- Reconciliation, participation and national leadership
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Online assignment submission
- Resources and Links
- Printable format materials
- Online Assessment
Note: Level 2 subjects normally assume an introductory level of prior knowledge in this area, e.g. from studying related Level 1 subjects or other relevant experience.
No special requirements
Examine the way in which Aboriginal persons and organization have dealt with the various practices of racial exclusion in Australian since 1788. Trace the biographies of some activists to compare the aspirations, programs, methods and strategies deployed from sporadic localized activism to co-operation, to protest and resistance movements and the prevailing ideas and attitudes that formed the parameters of such engagement.
- Essay 2 (40%)
- Presentation — Powerpoint (30%)
- Essay 1 (30%)
Textbooks are not required.
Textbook information is pending.
Bachelor of Arts Indigenous Studies
- Major in Indigenous Studies Subjects
Bachelor of Psychological Sciences
- Major in Psychology
- Co-Major in Sociology
Bachelor of Behavioural Studies
- Major in Psychological Studies
- Co-major in Sociology