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ANTHRO 762

: Theorising Human Evolution
2023 Semester One (1233)
Investigates contemporary evolutionary theory as it applies to humans and other primates. How has the extended evolutionary synthesis changed understandings of human and primate evolution? Topics include: plasticity, adaptation, modes of selection and niche construction.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: ANTHRO 710, 726, 751, 752
302

ANTHRO 762

: Theorising Human Evolution
2022 Semester One (1223)
Investigates contemporary evolutionary theory as it applies to humans and other primates. How has the extended evolutionary synthesis changed understandings of human and primate evolution? Topics include: plasticity, adaptation, modes of selection and niche construction.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: ANTHRO 710, 726, 751, 752
303

ANTHRO 763

: Emerging Bio-Anthropology
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Explores new and innovative approaches to the study of the behaviour and biology of humans and other primates. What emerging developments help us to understand the complexity of human and alloprimate niches? Topics include: biocultural dynamics, multi-species entanglements and health in past and contemporary societies.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: ANTHRO 710, 726, 751, 752
304

ANTHRO 763

: Emerging Bio-Anthropology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Explores new and innovative approaches to the study of the behaviour and biology of humans and other primates. What emerging developments help us to understand the complexity of human and alloprimate niches? Topics include: biocultural dynamics, multi-species entanglements and health in past and contemporary societies.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: ANTHRO 710, 726, 751, 752
305

ANTHRO 763

: Emerging Bio-Anthropology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Explores new and innovative approaches to the study of the behaviour and biology of humans and other primates. What emerging developments help us to understand the complexity of human and alloprimate niches? Topics include: biocultural dynamics, multi-species entanglements and health in past and contemporary societies.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: ANTHRO 710, 726, 751, 752
306

ANTHRO 763

: Emerging Bio-Anthropology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Explores new and innovative approaches to the study of the behaviour and biology of humans and other primates. What emerging developments help us to understand the complexity of human and alloprimate niches? Topics include: biocultural dynamics, multi-species entanglements and health in past and contemporary societies.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: ANTHRO 710, 726, 751, 752
307

ANTHRO 766

: Landscape Archaeology
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Uses geographic information systems (GIS) and other computer programmes to examine the spatial organisation of data, and the relationship of archaeological sites, features and artifacts to other archaeological remains, and the environment. The social processes underlying these spatial configurations will be a particular focus.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: ANTHRO 703
308

ANTHRO 777

: Theory in Archaeology
2024 Semester One (1243)
A critical analysis of the history of archaeological method and theory focusing on issues in the philosophy of science, systematics, and major schools of thought from Antiquarianism to post-modernism.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: ANTHRO 700
309

ARTHIST 114

: Understanding Art: Leonardo to Warhol
2024 Semester One (1243)
Visual intelligence is crucial in navigating the world of images that convey coded messages, and the history of ideas fundamental to all disciplines. How do we read such images? This course decodes paintings, sculptures, prints, architecture, photography and digital images, providing, tools to analyse artists from Leonardo to Warhol: experts at moving the eye around the artwork for meanings to emerge.
Subject: Art History
Restriction: ARTHIST 109
310

ARTHIST 114

: Understanding Art: Leonardo to Dali
2023 Semester One (1233)
Is seeing learned? Can an image be read in the same way as a text? Understanding images is central to everyday life. Visual literacy is fundamental to all disciplines. This course provides students with tools for making sense of various kinds of images and objects: photographs, advertisements, paintings, film, television, comics, cartoons, monuments, buildings, maps, landscape, digital and internet images.
Subject: Art History
Restriction: ARTHIST 109
311

ARTHIST 114

: Understanding Art: Leonardo to Dali
2022 Semester One (1223)
Is seeing learned? Can an image be read in the same way as a text? Understanding images is central to everyday life. Visual literacy is fundamental to all disciplines. This course provides students with tools for making sense of various kinds of images and objects: photographs, advertisements, paintings, film, television, comics, cartoons, monuments, buildings, maps, landscape, digital and internet images.
Subject: Art History
Restriction: ARTHIST 109
312

ARTHIST 114

: Understanding Art: Leonardo to Dali
2021 Semester One (1213)
Is seeing learned? Can an image be read in the same way as a text? Understanding images is central to everyday life. Visual literacy is fundamental to all disciplines. This course provides students with tools for making sense of various kinds of images and objects: photographs, advertisements, paintings, film, television, comics, cartoons, monuments, buildings, maps, landscape, digital and internet images.
Subject: Art History
Restriction: ARTHIST 109
313

ARTHIST 114

: Understanding Art: Leonardo to Warhol
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Is seeing learned? Can an image be read in the same way as a text? Understanding images is central to everyday life. Visual literacy is fundamental to all disciplines. This course provides students with tools for making sense of various kinds of images and objects: photographs, advertisements, paintings, film, television, comics, cartoons, monuments, buildings, maps, landscape, digital and internet images.
Subject: Art History
Restriction: ARTHIST 109
314

ARTHIST 114G

: Understanding Art: Leonardo to Dali
2021 Semester One (1213)
Is seeing learned? Can an image be read in the same way as a text? Understanding images from different historic periods, from Leonardo da Vinci to Andy Warhol, is central to everyday life. Visual literacy is fundamental to all disciplines. This course provides students with tools for making sense of various kinds of images and objects: photographs, advertisements, paintings, film, television, monuments, buildings, maps, landscape, digital and internet images.
Subject: Art History
Restriction: ARTHIST 109
315

ARTHIST 114G

: Understanding Art: Leonardo to Warhol
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Is seeing learned? Can an image be read in the same way as a text? Understanding images from different historic periods, from Leonardo da Vinci to Andy Warhol, is central to everyday life. Visual literacy is fundamental to all disciplines. This course provides students with tools for making sense of various kinds of images and objects: photographs, advertisements, paintings, film, television, monuments, buildings, maps, landscape, digital and internet images.
Subject: Art History
Restriction: ARTHIST 109
316

ARTHIST 115

: Global Art Histories
2024 Semester Two (1245)
A broad survey of visual art spanning from the early modern period to the contemporary. Students will be introduced to a range of art practices situated within a global context and will consider art works produced in Māori and Pacific cultures alongside Indian, Asian, Middle Eastern, European and American traditions.
Subject: Art History
No pre-requisites or restrictions
317

ARTHIST 115

: Global Art Histories
2023 Semester Two (1235)
A broad survey of visual art spanning from the early modern period to the contemporary. Students will be introduced to a range of art practices situated within a global context and will consider art works produced in Māori and Pacific cultures alongside Indian, Asian, Middle Eastern, European and American traditions.
Subject: Art History
No pre-requisites or restrictions
318

ARTHIST 115

: Global Art Histories
2022 Semester Two (1225)
A broad survey of visual art spanning from the early modern period to the contemporary. Students will be introduced to a range of art practices situated within a global context and will consider art works produced in Māori and Pacific cultures alongside Indian, Asian, Middle Eastern, European and American traditions.
Subject: Art History
No pre-requisites or restrictions
319

ARTHIST 115

: Global Art Histories
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A broad survey of visual art spanning from the early modern period to the contemporary. Students will be introduced to a range of art practices situated within a global context and will consider art works produced in Māori and Pacific cultures alongside Indian, Asian, Middle Eastern, European and American traditions.
Subject: Art History
No pre-requisites or restrictions
320

ARTHIST 115

: Global Art Histories
2020 Semester One (1203)
A broad survey of visual art spanning from the early modern period to the contemporary. Students will be introduced to a range of art practices situated within a global context and will consider art works produced in Māori and Pacific cultures alongside Indian, Asian, Middle Eastern, European and American traditions.
Subject: Art History
No pre-requisites or restrictions
321

ARTHIST 115G

: Global Art Histories
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A broad survey of visual art spanning from the early modern period to the contemporary. Students will be introduced to a range of art practices situated within a global context and will consider art works produced in Māori and Pacific cultures alongside Indian, South Asian, Middle Eastern, European and American traditions.
Subject: Art History
No pre-requisites or restrictions
322

ARTHIST 115G

: Global Art Histories
2020 Semester One (1203)
A broad survey of visual art spanning from the early modern period to the contemporary. Students will be introduced to a range of art practices situated within a global context and will consider art works produced in Māori and Pacific cultures alongside Indian, South Asian, Middle Eastern, European and American traditions.
Subject: Art History
No pre-requisites or restrictions
323

ARTHIST 200

: Radical Change: 1850-1940
2020 Semester One (1203)
Focuses on a crucial period of change and innovation in European art practices. Addresses ideas about art and the visual, the consequences and complexities of which are still being played out in the art and socio-cultural worlds of today.
Subject: Art History
Prerequisite: 15 points at Stage I in Art History and 30 points passed
Restriction: ARTHIST 202, 222, 300, 302, 322
324

ARTHIST 201

: Art and Revolution 1750-1850
2021 Semester One (1213)
Topics in late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century painting, sculpture and architecture in Europe, particularly France and Britain. The impact of social and industrial revolution is examined, and developments in portraiture, landscape and history painting are explored. The major artists include Constable, Turner, Goya, Reynolds, Gainsborough, David, Ingres, Gericault and Delacroix.
Subject: Art History
Prerequisite: 15 points at Stage I in Art History and 30 points passed
Restriction: ARTHIST 321
325

ARTHIST 204

: Ways of Seeing Contemporary Art
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Examines some central concerns that have arisen in late modernist art, exploring the moves, intensifications and political implications of art in the post-1968 period: dematerialisation of the art object, site-specificity, the artist in a commodity culture, activism, questions of identity, notions of looking and spectatorship, interactivity, new media, contemporary censorship and debates about the place of the aesthetic.
Subject: Art History
Prerequisite: 15 points at Stage I in Art History or Media and Screen Studies, and 30 points passed
Restriction: ARTHIST 334