The graduate history degrees will allow you to deepen your understanding of the modern and ancient periods and a variety of international and social contexts. If you are a secondary school teacher the history degrees allow you to cover the areas taught in the new national curriculum for history (see courses marked with *), providing you with an advanced level qualification.
• A globalising world* • American sixties • American voices: Aspects of social thought in the United States, 1900-1990 • Australia and the world at war* • Biographical practices • Crimes, courts and crucifixions: Maintaining order in the Roman Empire • Colonial Australia in an imperial world* • Convicts and emigrants: Australia, 1770s to 1870s • Digital histories and biographies • Electric citizens: The rise of the modern media in the United States, 1865-2000 • Environmental history: Australia and the world • Globalisation in world history • History of film • Human variations and racism in western culture, c. 1450-1950 • Indigenous Australian history • Museums and society • Nazi Germany • Oral history, memory and life writing • Real men: Manhood and identity in the western world • Religion and society in the Roman Empire • Settler societies and indigenous encounters* • Technology and society, 1800-2000 • The birth of modernity: Britain 1688-1848 • The French Revolution and Napoleonic Europe • The Great War, 1914-1918 • Tudor-Stuart England c.1485-1714: Politics, society, culture • World at war, 1939-1945 • Writing biography
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