This includes: the origins of Indigenous Australian people; their occupation and adaptation to the continent; their traditional social, cultural, linguistic, musical and artistic practices; the impact of European colonisation; the place of Indigenous Australian people in Australian society today; and the representation of Indigeneity in literature and biography.
- Indigenous Australian Societies and Culture
- Indigenous Australians and Australian Society Today
- Graduate Reading Course (Anthropology)
- Introduction to Australian Indigenous Policy
- Australian Archaeology
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art
- Trauma, Memory and Culture
- Indigenous Australian History
- Language in Indigenous Australian Society
At the ANU you can learn from experts in your field. In the 2010 QS World University Rankings ANU was ranked number one in Australia and 13 in the world for social sciences, and number one in Australia and 17 in the world for arts and humanities.
Applicants should have a four year Bachelors degree with Honours in a cognate area from an Australian tertiary institution or its international equivalent. Equivalence may be met by the completion of the Graduate Diploma in Arts (Indigenous Australian Studies) with a minimum 70% course average.