ANTH3401: Engaged Practices

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    Description

    This unit explores the application of anthropological expertise to pressing social issues and real-world environments. Frameworks include applied anthropology, development studies, and human rights studies as a way of understanding the impacts of community-oriented research. Specific topics include native title, cultural heritage, museum collections research, community development, environmental conservation, migration and mobility, education and health. Through the unit, students develop analytical and practical skills to transfer academic knowledge to contemporary issues in community building in an increasingly globalised world."
    Course period1/07/231/12/23
    Course levelUndergraduate
    Course formatUnit