AEK1105 - Aboriginal Traditions and Policy
AEK1204 - Aboriginal History and Political Movements
AEK1105 <b>OR</b> AEK1204
|1.||Investigate and conceptualise the key issues of environmental land management and sustainability from the perspective of Aboriginal people;|
|2.||Critically describe and evaluate the relevance of Aboriginal perspectives to contemporary environmental issues in Australia;|
|3.||Demonstrate an understanding of the complexities of Aboriginal access to land, cultural heritage and traditional owners; and|
|Review||Review articles and other relevant materials on issues discussed in classes.||30%|
|Essay||Major essay on relevance of Aboriginal perspectives on contemporary issues of sustainable environmental management.||70%|
Aboriginal Melbourne: The lost land of the Kulin people,
Presland, G 2004,
Melbourne: McPhee Gribble.
Dark Emu. Black Seeds : Agriculture Or Accident?
Pascoe, B 2014,
n.p.: Broome, Western Australia : Magabala Books
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