Classics and Archaeology
Classics and Archaeology covers such topics as archaeology, religious, political and social life in ancient societies, classical literature and mythology, art and architecture and a range of course options.
Gender Studies (Interdisciplinary program)
The Gender Studies program at The University of Melbourne offers students the potential to learn about issues such as sexual difference, gender equity, queer politics, and sexuality, from a variety of thought-provoking and provocative perspectives.
The Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation is the only centre of its kind in Australia, combining both the theory and practice of cultural material conservation.
History is a means of understanding the relationship between the past and the present - a historical perspective offers important insights into contemporary society and debates.
History and Philosophy of Science
History and Philosophy of Science is a discipline which brings together perspectives from the history of science and medicine, the philosophy of science, and the social studies of science and technology.
The Program in Jewish Culture and Society
Hebrew and Jewish studies have been part of the fabric of teaching at the University of Melbourne since 1946. Hebrew and Jewish studies have earned both national visibility and international recognition, and have acquired a place of honour for scholarly excellence, educational initiatives and cultural outreach.
Philosophy deals with the most fundamental aspects of reality and value. Every area of inquiry and endeavour generates philosophical problems.