Indigenous Australia in Literature: Listenin' Up
|Course code ENGL3045||Units 10||Level 3000||Faculty of Education and ArtsSchool of Humanities and Social Science|
Indigenality and Indigenous issues in Australia have been constructed and represented through different literary genres and for different political purposes. This course uses both Indigenous and non-Indigenous texts to examine the ways in which "Indigenality" and "whiteness" have been perpetuated and included in mainstream Australian culture using both fictional and non-fictional texts.
Available in 2015
|Objectives||Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:|
1. Describe how representations of identity are constructed and used in literature.
2. Discuss issues related to "race" relations today.
3. Critically evaluate the construction of "whiteness" in Indigenous and non-Indigenous representations.
4. Identify responses to change and difference.
5. Respond to and engage in local, national and global cultural communities.
6. Communicate a scholarly attitude towards representation of Indigenous and non-Indigenous knowledges.
|Content||The course covers:|
* Different cultural and political uses of literary texts
* Representations of colonisation and post-colonial discourses
* Theoretical and practical examples of Indigenous knowledges, pedagogies and communication tools
* Exploration of Indigenous and non-Indigenous constructions of Australian identity
|Modes of Delivery||Internal Mode|
|Teaching Methods||Email Discussion Group|
|Contact Hours||Seminar: for 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term|
|Timetables||2015 Course Timetables for ENGL3045|