This multi-disciplinary paper offers students a rich context in which to develop arts-based reading, writing and research skills. It is structured around stories of cultural encounter and journeys through place and time, and focuses on a variety of printed and electronic texts, moving and still images, and sound. The paper is delivered in lectures and tutorials, and in written and oral tasks.
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Available Subjects: Theatre Studies | Anthropology | Economics | English | Environmental Planning | Geography | History | International Languages and Cultures | Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management | Linguistics | Screen and Media Studies | Music | Philosophy | Political Science | Population Studies | Psychology | Sociology | Social Policy | Writing Studies
Paper details current as of : 20 November 2017 4:56pm Indicative fees current as of : 21 November 2017 4:30am
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