Introduction to Indigenous Australia: Peoples, Places and Philosophies

Subject Code: HUMN 1060

Contact hours: Recommended 8-10 hours of study per week

Subject Description

This subject introduces you to the rich diversity: past, present and future of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Australia with emphasis placed on the importance of identity, diversity, representation and resilience. You will engage directly with Indigenous sources and learn to critically analyse content from Indigenous Standpoints.

Presenting as a challenging and thought-provoking experience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, places and philosophies, this subject provides a solid theoretical foundation of Indigenous perspectives for the knowledges and professional practices in your chosen field.

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