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INGS4002: Identity, Politics, Globalisation

How do we build a political life in this contemporary moment? In this unit, we examine our individual affinities to objects of global concern by focusing on ideologies, identities, practices and politics that have drawn together and divided people around the world. Selecting from fields of study spanning feminisms, environmentalisms, policy, Indigenous, queer and cultural studies to focus on one or more objects of global interest, this unit addresses, as its core, the diverse formations of politics and identities emergent from these global objects.

Code INGS4002
Academic unit Gender and Cultural Studies
Credit points 6
Prerequisites:
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INGS3998 or INGS3999 or equivalent
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. To further consolidate and extend a theoretical basis in global and international theories
  • LO2. To develop an in-depth understanding of the formations of identity and politics within the global realm
  • LO3. To develop skills particularly in close readings, discourse analysis, case study, and ethnographic methodologies
  • LO4. To apply skills and knowledge to the analysis of real world issues or set of concerns
  • LO5. To develop skills of presentation, deep listening and constructive critique