52671 Histories of the Present6cp
Anti-requisite(s): 54082 Sex, Race and Empire
This subject introduces students to the histories of contemporary political, economic and social issues confronting the world. Taking a historical perspective enables a deeper understanding of the key challenges of our time, including global inequality, racism, climate change, and immigration. Drawing on historical method, students develop skills in broad contextualisation, long-term thinking, document analysis and archival research. By engaging first-hand with archives and close reading of texts, students emerge with the ability to critically interpret the past and how it continues to shape present social structures.
Autumn session, City campus,
Spring session, City campus
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