Representations and misrepresentations of Australian Indigeneity as part of the national identity are most often portrayed through forms of popular culture. Popular Culture of Indigenous Australia will focus on the participation of Indigenous people in these fields and how that involvement influences national identities. The course will explore the complexities of Indigenous identities and the nuances in the way these identities are expressed. Students are encouraged to reflect on Indigenous place and space as part of their own identities and further reflect on the place of indigeneity in the national consciousness.
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