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In History, students explore the historical precursors of the modern world: the forces and great events of especially the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and the ways historians have interpreted them. Among the themes given special attention are war and peace, modernisation and social change, colonialism, nationalism and internationalism, gender in history and the Holocaust. In focusing on such themes, students can choose a sequence from units which cover American, African-American, Asian, Australian and European histories. All units aim to stimulate and challenge students to come to understand past human behaviour and to acquire critical, analytical and research skills. Students should note that not all units are currently available at all campuses.
On successful completion of the History major sequence, students should have the following discipline-specific skills:
At level one students must select the two units listed below.
|AIH107||World History Between the Wars 1919 - 1939|
|AIH108||The World After the War: 1945 - 1991|
Levels 2 and 3
Select 6 credit points, ensuring at least 2 credit points at level 2 and at least 2 credit points at level3 from the list below:
At level 2, all students must include AIH264 and/or AIH288. At level three all students must take the unit AIH399.
|AIH205||Sex and Gender in History|
|AIH263||"History Written with Lightning": Film and the Past ^|
|AIH264||The Holocaust (Optional core unit 1)|
|AIH266||Modern Asian History|
|AIH238||Australia and the Two World Wars|
|AIH288||Exploring Australia's Indigenous Pasts (Optional core unit 2)|
|AIH256||Sport in History|
|AIH337||Race, Science and Religion in Australasia 1860s to 1920s|
|AIH389||Revolutionary France 1789-1795|
|AIH399||Making History (Core unit)|
Trimester 1 or trimester 2
|AIH320||History Internship (2 credit points) *|
^ AIH263 not offered 2015. Re-offered 2016.
* AIH320 - Internship units are normally undertaken in third level (or equivalent) and are subject to completion of specified prerequisite units and special application requirements. Interested students should contact Arts and Education Student Services and Enrolment Enquiries on their campus for further information.