This unit provides postgraduate coursework students with an introduction to historical research methods and strategies and to various primary sources relevant to historians whether working in Tasmanian or other history.
2000 word transcription exercise (15%), 3000 word source analysis (25%), seminar participation (20%), 5000 word research proposal (40%)
TEACHING PATTERN: Seminars
FLEXIBLE & ONLINE STUDY OPTIONS Note: Class attendance may still be required
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