This is the Capstone course for students completing the Indigenous Studies Major. The course draws on content, themes and theories from all levels of the Indigenous Studies Major to consolidate understandings of the convergences that characterise the relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia. Students in this course will learn how to explore the deeper complexities of their chosen disciplines and Indigenous Australia, and practise ways to productively engage their boundaries, limits and agendas. Students will have the opportunity to refine their analytical and communicative capacities to navigate these boundaries as their preparation for professional practice or further study.
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