The following subjects are now accepting applications for casual tutoring in semester 1 2018:

Subject code Subject name
ANTH20008 Anthropology of Gender and Sexuality
ANTH20011 Ethnic Nationalism and the Modern World
ANTH20012 Engaging the World in Theory and Practice
ANTH20014 Doing Ethnographic Research
ANTH30005 Power, Ideology and Inequality
ANTH30009 Anthropology of Nature
ANTH30018 Cultures of Law
ANTH90004 Migration and Development
CRIM10001 From Graffiti to Terrorism
CRIM20002 Criminal Law and Political Justice
CRIM20003 Policing
CRIM30006 Crime & Culture
CRIM30011 Young People, Crime and Justice
CRIM90017 Violence, Trauma and Reconciliation
DEVT10001 The Developing World
DEVT90001 Development Project Management & Design
DEVT90009 Development Theories
DEVT90045 Political Economy of Development
DEVT90053 Intervening In Development
GEND20003 Genders, Bodies & Sexualities
GEND20008 Sex and Gender Present and Future
MULT10018 Power
MULT20003 Critical Analytical Skills
MULT20008 Australian Indigenous Politics
MULT30017 Indigenous People and Social Control
POLS10001 Australian Politics
POLS10003 Introduction to Political Ideas
POLS20011 The Politics of Sex
POLS20023 Comparative Politics
POLS20025 International Relations: Key Questions
POLS20026 Politics and the Media
POLS30011 Chinese Politics & Society
POLS30015 International Gender Politics
POLS30018 European Integration: Politics of the EU
POLS30031 Contemporary India
POLS30035 Policy Design: From Theory to Practice
POLS40013 Social Science Research Seminar
POLS40024 Key Debates in Political Science 1
POLS90015 Business & Government
POLS90023 International Governance and Law
POLS90028 International Relations Theory
POLS90030 Nuclear Weapons and Disarmament
POLS90030 International Policymaking in Practice
PPMN90031 Public Policy Lobbying Strategies
SOCI10001 Understanding Society
SOCI30001 Contemporary Sociological Theory
SOCI30009 Living in a Risk Society
SOCI30010 Social Differences and Inequalities
SOLS30001 Law in Social Theory
SOTH20002 Modernity: Foundations of Sociology