[Offered in even-numbered years]
|Student Contribution Band:||Band 1|
|Administered by:||College of Arts, Society & Education|
Australia's history is one embedded in a host of race relations, migration stories and questions of belonging. These narratives have fed a number of historical and contemporary debates both politically, socially and culturally about what it means to be "Australian" and how our nation is defined. In this subject, students will engage with theories, politics and practices surrounding these issues to provide a systematic coverage of migration, ethnicity and belonging that enables analysis of not just Australian issues but also international concerns. Using case studies, students will engage with a host of disciplinary approaches to be able to understand complex issues of ethnicity and migration in the contemporary world today
|Prerequisites:||SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF 6 CREDIT POINTS|
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