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COMPLIT 202

: Interpreting Folktales
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An introduction to the study and interpretation of folktales. Tales from many cultures will be examined. Contrasting theories on the origins and meaning of folktales will be explored.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
Restriction: COMPLIT 303
602

COMPLIT 202

: Interpreting Folktales
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An introduction to the study and interpretation of folktales. Tales from many cultures will be examined. Contrasting theories on the origins and meaning of folktales will be explored.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
603

COMPLIT 206

: When East Meets West
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Western readers have encountered the literatures of East and South Asia, and Asian readers have encountered Western literature, in a variety of political and cultural contexts, including: colonial expansion, spiritual inquiry, modernisation, warfare, migration, and globalisation. A selection of works from East and West, which have played a key role in these encounters, especially in the modern period, will be studied.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
Restriction: COMPLIT 302
604

COMPLIT 210

: World Literatures 2: Machines and Modernities
2023 Semester One (1233)
Examines changing cultures and powerful ideas reflected in new literatures from the Industrial Revolution to the contemporary global era. Analyses and compares texts by genre, theme, and poetics. Includes poetry, narratives of European-Indigenous contacts, new culture movements in China and Japan, world drama, migrant writing, travel narratives. Texts are in English, with attention to texts' original languages.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
605

COMPLIT 210

: World Literatures 2: Machines and Modernities
2021 Semester One (1213)
Examines changing cultures and powerful ideas reflected in new literatures from the Industrial Revolution to the contemporary global era. Analyses and compares texts by genre, theme, and poetics. Includes poetry, narratives of European-Indigenous contacts, new culture movements in China and Japan, world drama, migrant writing, travel narratives. Texts are in English, with attention to texts' original languages.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
606

COMPLIT 302

: When East Meets West
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Western readers have encountered the literatures of East and South Asia, and Asian readers have encountered Western literature, in a variety of political and cultural contexts, including: colonial expansion, spiritual inquiry, modernisation, warfare, migration, and globalisation. A selection of works from East and West, which have played a key role in these encounters, especially in the modern period, will be studied.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
Restriction: COMPLIT 206
607

COMPLIT 303

: Interpreting Folktales
2024 Semester Two (1245)
An introduction to the study of folktales, including collection and classification, oral and literary tales, structure, interpretative frameworks, revisions and film versions. Tales from many cultures will be examined. Contrasting theories on the origins and meanings of folktales will be explored.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
Restriction: COMPLIT 202
608

COMPLIT 303

: Interpreting Folktales
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An introduction to the study of folktales, including collection and classification, oral and literary tales, structure, interpretative frameworks, revisions and film versions. Tales from many cultures will be examined. Contrasting theories on the origins and meanings of folktales will be explored.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
Restriction: COMPLIT 202
609

COMPLIT 303

: Interpreting Folktales
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An introduction to the study of folktales, including collection and classification, oral and literary tales, structure, interpretative frameworks, revisions and film versions. Tales from many cultures will be examined. Contrasting theories on the origins and meanings of folktales will be explored.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
Restriction: COMPLIT 202
610

COMPLIT 705

: Reading Across Cultures
2024 Semester One (1243)
An advanced level review of approaches to the study of literature across cultures. Tests the potential and limits of theories of literature in the study of literary texts from many cultures and periods. Includes cross-cultural perspectives on authorship, intertextuality, reader-centred theories, literary translation, post-colonial literature, gender and sexuality, as well as reading across disciplines.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Restriction: COMPLIT 700, 709
611

COMPLIT 705

: Reading Across Cultures
2023 Semester One (1233)
An advanced level review of approaches to the study of literature across cultures. Tests the potential and limits of theories of literature in the study of literary texts from many cultures and periods. Includes cross-cultural perspectives on authorship, intertextuality, reader-centred theories, literary translation, post-colonial literature, gender and sexuality, as well as reading across disciplines.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Restriction: COMPLIT 700, 709
612

COMPLIT 705

: Reading Across Cultures
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An advanced level review of approaches to the study of literature across cultures. Tests the potential and limits of theories of literature in the study of literary texts from many cultures and periods. Includes cross-cultural perspectives on authorship, intertextuality, reader-centred theories, literary translation, post-colonial literature, gender and sexuality, as well as reading across disciplines.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Restriction: COMPLIT 700, 709
613

COMPLIT 705

: Reading Across Cultures
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An advanced level review of approaches to the study of literature across cultures. Tests the potential and limits of theories of literature in the study of literary texts from many cultures and periods. Includes cross-cultural perspectives on authorship, intertextuality, reader-centred theories, literary translation, post-colonial literature, gender and sexuality, as well as reading across disciplines.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Restriction: COMPLIT 700, 709
614

COMPLIT 705

: Reading Across Cultures
2020 Semester One (1203)
An advanced level review of approaches to the study of literature across cultures. Tests the potential and limits of theories of literature in the study of literary texts from many cultures and periods. Includes cross-cultural perspectives on authorship, intertextuality, reader-centred theories, literary translation, post-colonial literature, gender and sexuality, as well as reading across disciplines.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Restriction: COMPLIT 700, 709
615

COMPLIT 709

: Reading Across Cultures
2024 Semester One (1243)
An advanced level review of approaches to the study of literature across cultures. Tests the potential and limits of theories of literature in the study of literary texts from many cultures and periods. Includes cross-cultural perspectives on authorship, intertextuality, reader-centred theories, literary translation, post-colonial literature, gender and sexuality, as well as reading across disciplines.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Restriction: COMPLIT 705
616

COMPLIT 709

: Reading Across Cultures
2023 Semester One (1233)
An advanced level review of approaches to the study of literature across cultures. Tests the potential and limits of theories of literature in the study of literary texts from many cultures and periods. Includes cross-cultural perspectives on authorship, intertextuality, reader-centred theories, literary translation, post-colonial literature, gender and sexuality, as well as reading across disciplines.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Restriction: COMPLIT 705
617

COMPLIT 709

: Reading Across Cultures
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An advanced level review of approaches to the study of literature across cultures. Tests the potential and limits of theories of literature in the study of literary texts from many cultures and periods. Includes cross-cultural perspectives on authorship, intertextuality, reader-centred theories, literary translation, post-colonial literature, gender and sexuality, as well as reading across disciplines.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Restriction: COMPLIT 705
618

COMPLIT 709

: Reading Across Cultures
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An advanced level review of approaches to the study of literature across cultures. Tests the potential and limits of theories of literature in the study of literary texts from many cultures and periods. Includes cross-cultural perspectives on authorship, intertextuality, reader-centred theories, literary translation, post-colonial literature, gender and sexuality, as well as reading across disciplines.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Restriction: COMPLIT 705
619

COMPLIT 709

: Reading Across Cultures
2020 Semester One (1203)
An advanced level review of approaches to the study of literature across cultures. Tests the potential and limits of theories of literature in the study of literary texts from many cultures and periods. Includes cross-cultural perspectives on authorship, intertextuality, reader-centred theories, literary translation, post-colonial literature, gender and sexuality, as well as reading across disciplines.
Subject: Comparative Literature
Restriction: COMPLIT 705
620

CREWRIT 797A

: Creative Writing
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Students will work on a large-scale creative writing project: a novel, short story collection, full-length work of creative nonfiction, or poetry collection. The course includes weekly workshops and seminars, as well as supervision and masterclasses.
Subject: Creative Writing
Restriction: ENGLISH 763 To complete this course students must enrol in CREWRIT 797 A and B
621

CREWRIT 797A

: Creative Writing
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Students will work on a large-scale creative writing project: a novel, short story collection, full-length work of creative nonfiction, or poetry collection. The course includes weekly workshops and seminars, as well as supervision and masterclasses.
Subject: Creative Writing
Restriction: ENGLISH 763 To complete this course students must enrol in CREWRIT 797 A and B
622

CREWRIT 797B

: Creative Writing
2024 Semester One (1243)
Students will work on a large-scale creative writing project: a novel, short story collection, full-length work of creative nonfiction, or poetry collection. The course includes weekly workshops and seminars, as well as supervision and masterclasses.
Subject: Creative Writing
Restriction: ENGLISH 763 To complete this course students must enrol in CREWRIT 797 A and B
623

CREWRIT 797B

: Creative Writing
2022 Semester One (1223)
Students will work on a large-scale creative writing project: a novel, short story collection, full-length work of creative nonfiction, or poetry collection. The course includes weekly workshops and seminars, as well as supervision and masterclasses.
Subject: Creative Writing
Restriction: ENGLISH 763 To complete this course students must enrol in CREWRIT 797 A and B
624

CRIM 100

: Big Ideas in Criminology
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Introduces a range of big ideas in criminology that inform contemporary research and justice, both locally and globally. Presents the main concepts and theoretical foundations that inform the field. Critically analyses topical issues and debates related to crime, justice, deviance and social harm.
Subject: Criminology
Restriction: CRIM 201
625

CRIM 100

: Big Ideas in Criminology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Introduces a range of big ideas in criminology that inform contemporary research and justice, both locally and globally. Presents the main concepts and theoretical foundations that inform the field. Critically analyses topical issues and debates related to crime, justice, deviance and social harm.
Subject: Criminology
Restriction: CRIM 201