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student and teacher at cgs

The Centre for Gippsland Studies contributes to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching within the School of Humanities, Communications and Social Sciences. The resources of the Centre are also an invaluable aid to students throughout the campus.

Undergraduate teaching

Community Studies

This a minor sequence which exposes students to current debates about the meaning, nature and outlook of communities.  It brings together units from the Centre for Gippsland Studies, History-Politics, Community Welfare and Counselling, Sociology and the Centre for Australian Indigenous Studies:

In 2011 this will be updated to a major sequence which will include ATS2365/3365 Australian Indigenous Literature and ATS2894/3894 Accommodating Minorities in Australia?

Honours and postgraduate supervision

The CGS contributes to ATS4794 Research Writing in History and Politics and ATS4807 Selected Topics in Theory and Practice.

The Centre supervises theses on:

The Acting Director also supervises:

Postgraduate research associated with the Centre for Gippsland Studies

Recent PhD completions

Centre for Gippsland Studies