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  • Writing and Editing for MagazinesPUBL90013

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Semester 1 Year:2020

    This subject provides an overview of magazine writing, editing and publishing, with special emphasis on the skills needed to successfully produce magazines today. We examine how magazine editors conceive of audiences, and how they create print and digital magazines that serve the needs and desire...

  • Writing and Publishing ReportsMGMT90134

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Not offered in 2020 Year:2020

    This subject will help students to become better and more skilled readers and writers of research in the fields of business and commerce. Students will build competencies in academic literacy that will be directed toward reading, writing, and publishing in both corporate and academic contexts. Th...

  • Writing and RewritingFLTV70044

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Semester 1 Year:2020

    Following on from ‘Major Script Project’ the previous semester, students undertake to write subsequent drafts of their script. Students are expected to submit as a minimum a completed second draft long form script; (most likely a feature film script) plus accompanying short documents, or televis...

  • Writing Animation 1FLTV10018

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Semester 1 Year:2020

    An introduction to storytelling, narrative and non-narrative structures, characters and worlds. There is an emphasis on understanding the writing in an historical context in writing for an animation production. Students attend 12 lectures that include screenings and discussions. Additional unsupe...

  • Writing Animation 2FLTV20019

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Semester 1 Year:2020

    WRITING ANIMATION 2 Advanced investigating and writing animation building on objectives accomplished in Writing Animation 1. In addition to further studies in fictional story and non-narrative writing, students will engage in writing from other perspectives and sources using adaptation and respon...

  • Writing as Women: Critical ReadingsENGL90002

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Semester 2 Year:2020

    This subject is designed to introduce graduate students to a sequence of key women's texts across major historical periods. The set readings, which are all considered ‘seminal’ in feminist literary studies, span a number of different genres: polemic, memoir, epistolary non-fiction, the essay and ...

  • Writing AustraliaCWRI40014

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Not offered in 2020 Year:2020

    In this subject students study a number of recent Australian literary works selected from a range of genres. The emphasis is on contemporary work. The approach will include discussion of ways of reading, and production of creative responses to the selected texts. Students will read one significan...

  • Writing for Performance 1 (Solo)THTR70008

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Semester 1 Year:2020

    In this practice-based subject the student writer undertakes a range of writing classes and exercises with the aim of developing techniques for the generation and structuring of original material for live performance; in working to a brief in diverse professional circumstances; and in evolving an...

  • Writing for Performance 2 (Collab)THTR70009

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Semester 1 Year:2020

    In this practice-based subject the student writer undertakes a range of writing classes and exercises with the aim of developing techniques for the generation and structuring of original material for live performance within a collaborative context; in working to a brief in diverse professional ci...

  • Writing for Performance 3 (Portfolio)THTR70010

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Semester 2 Year:2020

    In this subject students work to develop both solo and group work seeded in semester one. A portfolio of writing projects is created, including one major, full-length work and one minor, shorter work, in different forms. Students have the option to write in different forms (plays, postdramatic te...

  • Writing for ScreenCWRI20009

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Semester 2 Year:2020

    In this subject students will be introduced to the history of screenwriting and the principles of the craft of writing scripts for screen. Students will read and respond to a variety of scripts written for screen. Students will also be required to write a short original screenplay. This subject i...

  • Writing for TelevisionFLTV70043

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Semester 1 Year:2020

    Students will be introduced to the imperatives and practices of writing for longer form television series. Students will be made familiar with contemporary TV program development practices and gain an understanding of essential development documents such as the TV series ‘Bible’. Students will ...

  • Writing for the MediaMECM40011

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Semester 1 Year:2020

    This subject provides students with the skills to write at an advanced journalistic level. Lectures will present students with techniques that will enhance skills in interviewing, news judgement, narrative technique, researching, framing ideas, developing contacts and using off the record informa...

  • Writing for the Youth Screen MarketFLTV20018

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Semester 2 Year:2020

    This subject introduces students to the world of writing screen product for children, tweens and young teenagers with a focus on youth television. Through a series of workshops, presentations and screenings, students will gain insight into what makes successful kid’s programming and will develop ...

  • Writing Identity and DifferenceCWRI20012

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Semester 1 Year:2020

    This subject explores how creative writing practice encounters identity and alterity. Students will engage with the politics of representation through critical theory, intertextual reflexivity and deconstruction of inherited categories of self and other. It addresses the authority of writing and ...

  • Writing Videogames and Live PerformanceCWRI30015

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Semester 1 Year:2020

    This subject engages with the theoretical, practical and technical aspects of creative writing for videogames and live performance. Through a rigorous examination of the work of key artists and writing from the 1980s onwards, students will devise concepts for games, performance and enhance their ...

  • Written AdvocacyLAWS70052

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Not offered in 2020 Year:2020Quotas apply

    Increasingly and at all levels of the judicial hierarchy, written submissions are expected of, and are becoming an important tool for, advocates. Written advocacy also plays a role in a range of other legal documents, such as advices, affidavits and statements of facts. This subject aims to criti...

  • WTO Law and Dispute SettlementLAWS70322

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:July Year:2020Quotas apply

    The World Trade Organization (WTO) is at the centre of ongoing debates concerning sovereignty and development. Its dispute settlement system, while currently under threat, has been active in resolving a wide range of international disputes, with jurisdiction over some of the largest and most sign...

  • WTO Trade RemediesLAWS90181

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Not offered in 2020 Year:2020Quotas apply

    At the heart of the so-called "trade wars" engulfing contemporary international relations lies the ability of States to counteract unfair trade practices from other countries and to protect their domestic industries against external shocks in a globalised world. The World Trade Organization ("WTO...

  • Young Adult FictionCWRI90009

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Not offered in 2020 Year:2020

    This subject will explore the transitory space occupied by the young adult, and the literature that is produced for teenagers. Students will critically engage with texts from this relatively new literary genre, and creatively navigate the space between childhood and adulthood. Exploring the histo...