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SACE4003: Meaning in the Anthropocene

2024 unit information

This unit focuses on key themes for understanding meaning in the Anthropocene, an age of human planetary impact: human-nature relations, social and environmental activism. Students will learn how the various disciplines in the School of Art, Communication and English engage with the Anthropocene in literary, visual, digital and performative modes. Collaborating with the Sydney Environment Institute, the unit underscores the contribution of the arts to the ethics and aesthetics of meaning in an age of global economic crisis. This unit is team-taught and assessment will accommodate a student's research interests.

Unit details and rules

Managing faculty or University school:

Art, Communication and English Administration

Code SACE4003
Academic unit Art, Communication and English Administration
Credit points 6
144 credit points including (FASS3999 or FASS3333 or equivalent)
Assumed knowledge:

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Semester 2 2024
Normal day Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney
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