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  • Reacting to the PastHIST20081

    Offered:Semester 1Year:2019

    This subject introduces students to ‘Reacting to the Past’ historical role‐playing games. Through the use of game books students are placed in moments of historical controversy and intellectual ferment. The class becomes an historical arena; students, in role, become particular persons from the p...

  • Cybercrime and Digital CriminologyCRIM20007

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    Whilst mobile and social media benefit society in many ways, they have also given rise to a range of cybercrimes and online harms. In this subject we examine the origins, nature, and prevalence of a range of cybercrimes and online harms. Further, through considering cybercrimes in the context of ...

  • Resource Management EconomicsAGRI30043

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    Formerly ECON30028 This subject is about principles of economics applied to analysing, understanding and solving problems and informing policy in natural resource and environmental management. Emphasis is on applying the techniques of benefit cost analysis to inform choices about public investme...

  • Agribusiness Marketing & Value ChainsAGRI30040


    This subject is about applying principles of agricultural economics, agribusiness marketing and agribusiness value chain analysis to analysing and understanding the process of creating value in agricultural products, from the perspectives of individual firms in the value chain and of the whole va...

  • The Social History of the Roman WorldANCW20026

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    What was it like actually to live in the Roman empire? How can we learn about the realities of life for ordinary Romans? How much has changed in two millennia? This course is designed to make students aware of and deal with aspects of society and culture in the Roman empire. Generally the time p...

  • Transport Oriented DesignPLAN30004

    Offered:Semester 1Year:2019

    The subject will examine the relationship between transport planning and urban design in diverse urban, Australian and international contexts. Transport Oriented Design will investigate contemporary practices and policies of efficient integration between transport planning and design that deliver...

  • The Great War 1914 to 1918HIST20082

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    The Great War, the ‘seminal catastrophe of the twentieth century’, now lies more than a century behind us, but its aftershocks continue to reverberate down to the present. This subject aims to globalise the history of the war, as well as paying special attention to Australia’s war experience. Stu...

  • Area Studies in EthnomusicologyMUSI20218

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    This subject surveys traditional, art, and popular music-making in one major ethnographic region. Students learn how local musicians and listeners discuss, make, and assign value to different musical styles, while also exploring how these styles influence local society. Subject themes such as the...

  • Sex, Death and the Ecstatic in MusicMUSI30015

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    An examination of examples of Western music from Hildegaard to the present, including some twentieth-century “popular” songs, which contain one or all of the themes of sex, death, and the ecstatic in their compositional circumstances, title, pre-compositional intent, or lyrics (if song or aria). ...

  • Food & Water:Global Issues Local ImpactsAGRI30012

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    Globally there is a broad range of issues identified as impacting on the future of our planet. These issues include climate change, water availability and quality, waste and recycling, energy, biodiversity, salinity and land degradation, biotechnology and genetically modified organisms, changing ...

  • The Medieval Image: Art and CultureAHIS30021

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    Taking the so-called ‘late Middle Ages’ (approximately 1300–1520) as its focus, this subject confronts a set of seemingly simple questions: what is an image, who makes images, and how do they circulate in the world? It examines the roles images played during this period from a variety of perspect...

  • Italian FictionsITAL30006

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    This subject will introduce students to the study of significant literary and/or visual and written texts, and may include the study of particular genres, authors, critical methodologies, literary and cultural schools or movements, cultural and/or literary developments in a particular century. To...

  • History of Designed LandscapesABPL20039

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    A critical examination of the historical development of landscape architectural design, including the events, social influences and personalities involved, and the philosophies and theories that were developed. The formative evolutionary influences of natural and cultural factors as they shaped t...

  • Campaigns and ElectionsPOLS30032

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    Elections lie at the heart of democracy. This subject examines why elections matter and how they feature in democratic theory and practice. Topics include electoral administration, voting systems and voter turnout, the role of political parties, the financing of campaigns and how elections are re...

  • Popular Cultures in IndonesiaINDO30003

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    This subject focuses on two areas, namely the location of a particular study of popular culture within the broader study of cultures, and questions of aesthetic and political values with specific reference to Indonesian contexts. Students will examine critically selected analyses of different gen...

  • Romanticism, Feminism, RevolutionENGL20020

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    This subject maps the intertwined (and sometimes antagonistic) trajectories of Romanticism and early Feminism, as they emerge in Britain in the wake of the American and French Revolutions. Drawing on prose, poetry and drama from this period (including texts by Byron, Blake, Bronte, Hays, Radcliff...

  • Knowledge and Learning in ProfessionsEDUC30071

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    This subject provides insights into professional knowledge, learning and expertise that will enhance students’ development in their chosen professions. The subject explores meta-frameworks for learning in all professions by distinguishing between different forms of knowledge, the relationships th...

  • Shaping the Enterprise with ICTISYS20006

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    AIMS This breadth subject is intended to help students understand (a) what packaged enterprise application software (PEAS) is, (b) how such software is implemented, and (c) how organizations can maximize benefits from their often-large investments in PEAS. By “PEAS”, we refer to packaged-softwar...

  • Property ManagementABPL30012

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    This core subject for the Bachelor of Environments property major draws together economic, physical/environmental, financial and legal aspects relating to the management of the property asset from the perspective of a managing agent or major property portfolio manager who are responsible for the ...

  • Modern & Contemporary Ireland Since 1790HIST20035

    Offered:Not offered inYear:2019

    This subject will focus on the political, social and cultural history of Ireland since 1790, charting the country's fraught relationship with Britain, including the creation of the United Kingdom in 1801, the long battle waged during the 19th century for Irish independence or self-government, the...