Explores the development of the concepts of racial, national, ethnic and indigenous identities.
Charts the development of the concepts of racial, national, ethnic and indigenous identities in relation to the histories of modernity and colonisation and then uses these concepts to analyse a range of contemporary issues of identity and belonging. Students will be taught basic discourse analytic skills and will have the opportunity to consider how these identity concepts relate to their own experience.
You will join a class which is studying Philosophy (SOCIOL 213) as part of an undergraduate degree, but you will not attend tutorials, complete assignments or sit an exam – a no-stress learning opportunity.
Please note that you will not have online access to the course lecture notes.
Limited to 10 CCE participants.