The School of Humanities is keen to support our school communities!
- The School of Humanities contributes to the Faculty’s ARTiculate program
- The School of Humanities, together with the University’s Chau Chak Wing Museum and the Department of Education, has launched a virtual tour of the Museum for HSC students. This content is aligned to the learning module, ‘Ancient History Stage 6 – museums, history and future careers – the Chau Chak Wing Museum‘. Find out more at the Department of Education’s website.
- We also run Critical Thinking for IB students events for students enrolled in the International Baccalaureate. Teachers can fill in an expression of interest on the Discipline of Philosophy webpage and we will get in touch to see the best way to help your students.
- Each year the Discipline of Gender and Cultural Studies in the School of Humanities runs HSC Society and Culture PIP workshops These run in March. For more information, or if you would like to make a suggestion, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Did you miss Open Day?
See our Open Day panel discussion | Humans, Animals Environment
For our recent Open Day event we asked people from our Disciplines of Archaeology, Classics and Ancient History, Gender and Cultural Studies, History, Philosophy, and from International and Global Studies to bring the lens of their research to the subject of Humans, Animals, Environment.
Introduced by our Head of School, Professor Keith Dobney.