The Research Paper course provides students in the final term of the Master of Curating and Cultural Leadership (MCCL) with the opportunity to produce an analytical, critical and reflective scholarly research paper on an approved topic of their choice. The topics you choose to investigate are expected to relate to the disciplinary area of curatorial practice and cultural leadership. This course utilises both self and peer review with the aim of developing your skills for providing well-considered constructive criticism. It aims to extend your ability to work collaboratively in groups while reflecting on your future profession as curators and cultural leaders. To enrol, you must be in the last term of your degree, and have a minimum Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of 70.
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