This unit builds students’ grasp of disciplinary methods and knowledge through focusing on a special topic. Working in cognate discipline clusters on special topics, students will undertake a program of guided reading and discussion led by an academic expert.
|Unit name||Advanced Reading Seminar|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Humanities
|Discipline||English|Global Cultures and Languages|History and Classics|Philosophy and Gender Studies|
Dr. Jayne Knight
|Available as student elective?||No|
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- Explain the key themes and issues in a special topic from the perspective of an academic discipline within the Humanities
- Apply skills in researching and critically analysing scholarship and evidence relating to a special topic
- Apply skills in formulating and communicating arguments according to the conventions of an academic discipline within the Humanities
- Engage in sophisticated oral discussion as a member of an academic discipline within the Humanities
2.5 hour weekly seminar
Participation and Seminar Leadership, (25%), Critical Review 1500 words, (30%), Essay, 3000 words (45%)
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