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Arts

HEA335

Enrolment
Unit Code
Unit Title
HEA310 Cinema, Costumes and Sexuality
(Not Offered 2010)
HEA314 Literature of Tasmania
(Not Offered 2010)
HEA319 Representing Contemporary Australia
HEA323 Shakespeare: Page and Stage
HEA326 Modern Drama
(Not Offered 2010)
HEA330 Literary Theory
HEA333 Ideas of Authorship
(Not Offered 2010)
HEA335 Colonial Imprints
(Not Offered 2010)
HEA340 Writing Tasmania
HEA370 Fictions of History
HEA371 Popular Fiction From Page to Screen
HEA376 Research Project
HEA380 Romantic Poetry
HEF315 French Language 3A
HEF316 French Language 3B
HEF317 French Translation A
HEF318 French Translation B
HEF331 Research Project (French) A
(Not Offered 2010)
HEF332 Research Project (French) B
(Not Offered 2010)
HEG304 The Golden Age of German Cinema
HEG305 The German Age of Chivalry
(Not Offered 2010)
HEG310 Classical German Literature
(Not Offered 2010)
HEG311 The Twentieth-Century German Novel
HEG312 Post-1945 German Film
(Not Offered 2010)
HEG313 German 3A
HEG314 German 3B
HEG315 Advanced German A
HEG316 Advanced German B
HEG317 German Texts from Rock to Rap
(Not Offered 2010)
HEG318 German for Tourism and Business
(Not Offered 2010)
HEG320 German Drama
(Not Offered 2010)
HEG331 Research Project (German)
(Not Offered 2010)
HEJ302 Media and the Environment
(Not Offered 2010)
HEJ318 Professional Placement
HEJ323 Imaging News
(Not Offered 2010)
HEJ325 Documentary Journalism
(Not Offered 2010)
HEJ327 Media Cultures
(Not Offered 2010)
HEJ328 New Media
(Not Offered 2010)
HEJ329 Youth Media
HEJ330 Research Project in Journalism, Media and Communications
HEJ333 Convergent Journalism
(Not Offered 2010)
HEJ334 Media and Conflict
HEJ335 Media and Music
HEJ336 Media Ethics
HES304 Research Project in Screen Studies

2010 HEA335 Colonial Imprints

Unit Level: Advanced

Available as a Student Elective: No

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OFFERINGS
Not Offered

DESCRIPTION

This unit introduces students to nineteenth-century Australian literature and culture, and their ongoing impact on contemporary writing. Central issues under consideration include race, gender, the politics of land and settlement, the establishment of the nation, and cultural politics. Through a detailed analysis of both colonial texts (including short stories, journals and diaries, poetry, and journalism) and contemporary novels that engage with the colonial past, this unit provides students with an opportunity to engage constructively and critically with writing that addresses colonialism and its aftermath in Australia.

WEIGHT: 12.5%

ASSESSMENT: 3000 words internal assessment (60%); 2-hour examination (40%)

TEACHING PATTERN: 5 hours fortnightly (13 weeks)

REQUISITE INFO
Prereq 25% at level 100 in English
M.Excl HEA252/352
M.Excl HEA235

STAFF: TBA

FEES
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KEY

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