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KCSE4103 - The Ages of Revolution and Catastrophe
Faculty of Education and Social Work - 6 credit points
HECS Band seven
Domestic Fee: $3,900
International Fee: $4,410
EFTSL: 0.125000000
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Department: Koori Centre
Offered session(s): 1
Teacher/Coordinator: Lynette Riley

Classes: Block Mode

Assessment: film study (20%), short essay (25%), research essay (40%), quiz (15%)

This unit of study examines the twentieth century as a period of catastrophe. It provides an introduction to the central events of early twentieth-century European history. It takes World War One as its starting point, and examines the impact that this war had on the changing politics, national borders, cultures, ideologies and histories of Europe. The unit provides students with an understanding of major events from twentieth century European history that have shaped the modern world. It will equip students with the knowledge and understanding to enable them to teach modern European history. The unit will also consider the lived history, that is, the social aspects of the changing historical and political circumstances in Russia and Germany.Available to students who have completed the Diploma in Education (Aboriginal) or equivalent.
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