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  2. handbook.murdoch.edu.au/units/details/?unit=AIS110
    Many people readily associate Indigenous culture with dot paintings and traditional dance. While acknowledging the importance of more traditional forms of cultural expression, this unit familiarises students with a broader range of contemporary Indigenous cultural products. In the process, students gain an appreciation of the highly varied, dynamic and exciting ways in which Indigenous cultures and identities are articulated.
    School of Arts, Australian Indigenous Studies
    MURDOCH: S1-internal, S1-external, S2-internal, S2-external
    Credit points: 3
  3. handbook.murdoch.edu.au/units/details/?unit=AIS204
    This unit explores contemporary debates over the relationship between Indigenous Australia and the Australian nation-state. It asks why it is that, after self-determination, land rights, reconciliation and other movements of recent decades, the goal of a unified, inclusive Australia has yet to be realized. It attempts to answer this question by exploring how competing versions of recent Australian history have fostered a division between left- and right-wing politics that continues to confound more subtle,
    School of Arts, Australian Indigenous Studies
    MURDOCH: S1-internal, S1-external
    Credit points: 3
  4. handbook.murdoch.edu.au/units/details/?unit=AIS206
    This unit questions common and deeply-held assumptions about 'nature', 'civilisation', 'development', and 'Indigeneity', and contrasts these with precepts embodied in notions of 'country'. In particular, it explores how these often obstruct a shift towards sustainability in Indigenous and, by extension, other communities by obscuring possibilities for reciprocity, stewardship and the ethical co-evolution of people and their environments.
    School of Arts, Australian Indigenous Studies
    MURDOCH: S1-internal, S1-external
    Credit points: 3
  5. handbook.murdoch.edu.au/units/details/?unit=AIS250
    This unit comprises study in particular topics which vary from year to year.
    School of Arts, Australian Indigenous Studies
    Credit points: 3
  6. handbook.murdoch.edu.au/units/details/?unit=AIS256
    The Aboriginal Reconciliation Movement (1991-2001) was the most significant socio-political movement regarding Indigenous/non-Indigenous relations since the 1967 Referendum. We examine the Keating Labor Government's original conception of Reconciliation, the Howard Government's 'practical Reconciliation', and post--Reconciliation strategies for equality. Acknowledging that Reconciliation was a struggle between lingering colonialist ideologies, post-colonial national identity construction, and desires for
    School of Arts, Australian Indigenous Studies
    MURDOCH: S2-internal, S2-external
    Credit points: 3
  7. handbook.murdoch.edu.au/units/details/?unit=AIS307
    This unit expands students' understanding of 'social justice' in Indigenous and other minority contexts from one-dimensional perceptions of the amelioration of social disadvantage to a deeper more nuanced appreciation of the interplay between instances of inequity, social and political logics and the remedies these attempt to generate. It does this by exploring some of the exciting work being produced in this area by Australian and international thinkers whose critical focus is the nexus of identity and
    School of Arts, Australian Indigenous Studies
    MURDOCH: S2-internal, S2-external
    Credit points: 3
  8. handbook.murdoch.edu.au/units/details/?unit=AIS308
    This is the capstone unit for the minor in Australian Indigenous Studies. The major component is a professional internship placement, where students spend a number of weeks working with an Indigenous community organisation and/or in Indigenous contexts. Coursework comprises an exploration framework for cross-cultural interaction engagement in work settings, such as Indigenous protocols, cultural safety and cultural competence. Finally, students will synthesise both this unit and the overall AIS major to
    School of Arts, Australian Indigenous Studies
    MURDOCH: S1-internal
    Credit points: 3
  9. handbook.murdoch.edu.au/units/details/?unit=AIS530
    This unit comprises study in particular topics which vary from year to year.
    School of Arts, Australian Indigenous Studies
    Credit points: 3
  10. handbook.murdoch.edu.au/units/details/?unit=AIS569
    The thesis component is an independent research project that allows the student to develop an extended research project and written dissertation.
    School of Arts, Australian Indigenous Studies
    MURDOCH: S1-internal, S2-internal, Y-internal
    Credit points: 12
  11. handbook.murdoch.edu.au/units/details/?unit=AIS650
    A dissertation in a Master of Arts by Coursework requires a substantive investigation of a relevant topic under the supervision of a member of the academic staff. Students are required to report their investigation in a dissertation of approximately 20,000 words completed in accordance with University requirements.
    School of Arts, Australian Indigenous Studies
    MURDOCH: H-internal, H-external, S1-internal, S1-external, S2-internal, S2-external, Y-internal, Y-external
    Credit points: 12

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