European Studies

Errata
Item Change Section Date
1.

EUST2610 Europe and It's Others – This unit is not on offer in Semester 2, 2015.

Table A

 1/4/2015
2.

EUST2605 Europe: Literature and Dictatorship

This unit of study is missing from the 2015 handbook.


Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Peter Morgan Sessions: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr seminar/week, 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 Junior credit points from European Studies, International and Global Studies, Sociology, Arabic and Islamic Studies, French Studies, Germanic Studies, Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies, Italian Studies, Modern Greek Studies, Spanish, Latin American Studies, GOVT1104, GOVT1105, GOVT1202, ENGL1009, ENGL1026, ENGL1011, HSTY1045, HSTY1032 or HSTY1044 Assessment: 1x3000wd Research Essay (50%), 1x1000wd Critical Assignment (30%), 2x500wd total Short Answer Assignments (20%) Delivery Mode: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) Day

Europe: Literature and Dictatorship focuses on aspects of literature, culture, and the public sphere in the twentieth-century socialist states of Central and Eastern Europe. Literature played an important role - both clandestinely and as a public institution - under socialism. However literary texts cannot be separated from wider issues of politics, culture, and society. Hence attention will be paid to the role of the intelligentsias, to censorship, and to problems of dissidence and free expression in authoritarian, closed, and totalitarian societies.

Table A

27/4/2015
3.

EUST2004 Europe: Imagination and Social Change

This unit is missing from the 2015 handbook and is available in Semester 2, 2015.

Credit Points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Peter Morgan Sessions: Semester 2 Classes: 1x2-hr lecture-seminar/week, 1x1-hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 12 junior credit points from Table A Assessment: 1x2500wd Essay (50%), 1x1000wd Assignment (30%), 1x1000wd voiced Powerpoint Presentation (20%) Delivery Mode: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) Day

Can the imagination can be a tool for social change? This idea has been influential in Europe since the origins of modernity. Since Thomas More’s Utopia, writers and thinkers have imagined ideal solutions to the problems of social and political change and to issues of religion and cultural difference, conflict and war. Paradoxically, the idea of Europe as a space of harmony and coexistence was strongest during times of crisis. In this unit we study the utopias and the speculative, ideal and exemplary worlds of the modern European imagination.

Table A

27/5/2015
Unit of study Credit points A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session

European Studies

A major in European Studies requires at least 36 senior credit points from the unit of study table including at least 6 credit points at 3000 level from core units of study.

Junior units of study

EUST1001
European Identity in the 21st Century

This unit of study is not Data Audit Committee Approved

6      Semester 1
EUST1002
Visions of Contemporary Europe
6      Semester 2

Senior units of study

EUST2002
Language and Society in Europe

This unit of study is not Data Audit Committee Approved

6    P 12 Junior credit points from (European Studies, International and Global Studies, Sociology, Arabic Language and Cultures, French Studies, Germanic Studies, Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies, Italian Studies, Modern Greek Studies, Spanish, Latin American Studies, GOVT1104, GOVT1105, GOVT1202, ENGL1009, ENGL1026, ENGL1011, HSTY1045, HSTY1032 or HSTY1044)
Semester 1
EUST2020
Screening Europe: After 1989
6    P 12 Junior credit points from (European Studies, International and Global Studies, Sociology, Arabic Language and Cultures, French Studies, Germanic Studies, Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies, Italian Studies, Modern Greek Studies, Spanish, Latin American Studies, GOVT1104, GOVT1105, GOVT1202, ENGL1009, ENGL1026, ENGL1011, HSTY1045, HSTY1032 or HSTY1044)
Semester 1
EUST2605
Europe: Literature and Dictatorship

This unit of study is not Data Audit Committee Approved

6      Semester 2
EUST2607
Comparing Cultures: Europe and the East

This unit of study is not Data Audit Committee Approved

6    P 12 Junior credit points in one of the following (European Studies; European, Middle Eastern or Classical Languages or Studies; Asian Studies; English; Government; History; Ancient History; Philosophy; Political Economy; Sociology; Media and Communication)
Semester 2
Core
EUST3001
Europe in Theory

This unit of study is not Data Audit Committee Approved

6    P 12 Senior credit points of units in European Studies
Semester 2

Electives

HSTY2608
European Film and History
6    P (12 Junior credit points of History or Ancient History) or (6 Senior credit points of European Studies) or (18 Junior credit points including ENGL1011)
N HSTY2008
Semester 2
Summer Main
JCTC2605
From Emancipation to the Holocaust

This unit of study is not Data Audit Committee Approved

6    P 12 Junior credit points of one of the following (Jewish Civilisation, Thought and Culture; or Ancient History; or History; or European Studies; or Government and International Relations; or Sociology)
Semester 1
JCTC2606
The Holocaust: History and Aftermath

This unit of study is not Data Audit Committee Approved

6    P 12 Junior credit points of one of the following (Jewish Civilisation, Thought and Culture; or Ancient History; or History; or European Studies; or Government and International Relations; or Sociology)
N JCTC2006
Semester 2

Exchange

Honours

EUST4011
European Studies Honours A

This unit of study is not Data Audit Committee Approved

12      Semester 1
Semester 2
EUST4012
European Studies Honours B

This unit of study is not Data Audit Committee Approved

12    C EUST4011
Semester 1
Semester 2
EUST4013
European Studies Honours C

This unit of study is not Data Audit Committee Approved

12    C EUST4012
Semester 1
Semester 2
EUST4014
European Studies Honours D

This unit of study is not Data Audit Committee Approved

12    C EUST4013
Semester 1
Semester 2