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Unit name Eating History
Unit code HTA383
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Humanities
Discipline History and Classics
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Develop a greater understanding of the manifold influences of, and on, food.
  2. Demonstrate skills in finding and analysing varied historical sources relating to food.
  3. Use food texts to make complex arguments and to evaluate arguments made by others, and apply your learnings on how food is connected to place and time to specific examples.
  4. Communicate with clarity and according to the conventions of the discipline of History.



Teaching Pattern

Weekly Workshop (2 hours)


Task 1: Source Analysis, 750 words (20%)

Task 2: Research Essay, 2000 words (40%)

Task 3: Food Reflection Exercise, 1000 words (30%)

Task 4: Participation (10%)

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