Art History and Art Curatorship
The Art History and Art Curatorship program researches and develops knowledge in the history art. Evidence-based critical thinking and visual and aesthetic literacy prepares students for a richer engagement with the world.
Arts and Cultural Management
The Arts and Cultural Management program explores the tension between culture as an economic activity and culture as symbolic expression through four key themes – organisations, governance, identity and labour.
Creative Writing is a medium used to communicate, resist, provoke and seek or find understanding. Our research investigates the artistic, historical, cultural and societal impacts of the written word.
English and Theatre Studies
English and Theatre Studies focuses on the form, meanings and effects of imaginative writing and dramatic performance, and explains how these practices engage with the everyday world.
Our program explores the significance of gender and sexuality on a range of discourses embedded within culture, identity and global history.
An exciting interdisciplinary program that offers students an opportunity to learn about the history and cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Media and Communications
Our program explores Media and Communications across the broad range of the discipline – from professional communication and marketing, to social media, governance, digital life and culture.
Publishing and Communications
The Publishing and Communications program researches current issues in the publishing industry and educates the publishers and editors of tomorrow.
Screen and Cultural Studies
The Screen and Cultural Studies program examines the history and practice of contemporary culture and screen media. Our research looks at the production, aesthetics, circulation, consumption and uses of contemporary and historical screen media and cultures.