- Code ASIA2112
- Unit Value 6 units
- Offered by School of Culture History and Language
- ANU College ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
- Course subject Asian Studies
- Areas of interest Asian Languages, Cultural Studies, Pacific Studies, Asian Studies, Asia Pacific Studies More...
- Academic career UGRD
- Mode of delivery In Person
- Co-taught Course
This is a 'special topics' course that covers emerging issues and provides an opportunity for students to learn about events, places, peoples and forms of knowledge in Asia, ranging from the local to the global. Topics may focus on particular societies and states, localities, or trans-regional issues. Many of these topics will build on the concepts and methodological tools presented in discipline courses, and give an in-depth understanding of how they are applied, and critiqued, in specific contexts.
Information on each topic offered in this shell course will be outlined in the 'Other Information' section each year, including the topic title, the topic convener, the session it will be offered in, and an indication of workload.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
Due to the individual nature of this course it is not possible to provide an exclusive list of learning outcomes. However, the following is an indicative list of possible outcomes. it is expected that on successful completion of this course students should be able to:
1. identify issues of interest in the field under consideration;
2. discuss these issues coherently and persuasively;
3. assess arguments made in the field;
4. explain the complex attitudes people have to these issues;
5. analyse and compare relevant data;
6. collaborate with other students and staff to select and combine materials for a case study;
7. research, present and justify the results of your collaboration with other students and staff with respect to the case studies;
8. reflect on and articulate how your own views on the field have developed over the course of the semester
This is a co-taught course. Any cap on enrolments in one course applies to both courses combined.
Indicative AssessmentAssessment will differ from topic to topic and will be detailed in the course outline.
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WorkloadStudents are expected to complete 130 hours of work including both class contact hours and independent study.
Requisite and Incompatibility
You will need to contact the School of Culture History and Language to request a permission code to enrol in this course.
Prescribed TextsReading materials will be available on Wattle.
Areas of Interest
- Asian Languages
- Cultural Studies
- Pacific Studies
- Asian Studies
- Asia Pacific Studies
- Asia-Pacific Studies
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- Student Contribution Band:
- Unit value:
- 6 units
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