This course explores topics in New Zealand and ancient Greek history and introduces you to the art of the Historian.
This course will introduce you to the social and conflict history of the late Roman Republic, the writings of key ancient biographers and the monumental architecture of the Roman Empire.
This course focuses on the concept of Crisis and explores history and geographic themes where people have experienced major challenges in their lives. Through historical investigation and the study of primary and secondary sources, you will build your skills as an Historian. Student topic selection is a feature of the course.
Explore the long history of conflict in NZ from 1650-1845. Through historical investigation and study of primary and secondary sources, you will build your skills as an historian.
This course aims to help you to develop skills in the study of art history and foster a life long appreciation of art.
This course focuses on the concept of Collateral Damage and explores history and geographic topics where people have experienced major threats to their way of life. By studying primary and secondary sources you will build your skills as an Historian. Student topic selection is a feature of the course, as is investigative research and learning how to write as an Historian.
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