Course Details
Nostalgia and Utopianism in New Zealand History
Course Code HIST701
EFTS 0.1250
Points 15.00
Level 7
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Prescriptor
This course aims to introduce students to theories of nostalgia and utopianism, and to enable them to examine how aspects of these concepts can be applied to various episodes in New Zealand history since the 1830s. Students will be able to select their own topics of exploration (with guidance), and will explore how theories of nostalgia and utopianism apply to actual historical examples.
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Qualifications
The course is available as part of the following qualifications.
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  MX3704   Bachelor of Arts   (BA)
360.00
  AK3453   Bachelor of Māori Development   (BMD)
360.00
  AK3704   Bachelor of Arts   (BA)
360.00
No requisite courses specified.
  INEXCH1   International Exchange (Inbound)   (INEXCH)
0.00
  SABRD1   Study Abroad   (Study Abroad)
0.00
  ICE1   Individual Course Enrolment   (ICE)
0.00
  AK3680   Bachelor of Health Science   (BHSc)
360.00
Timetable
2024Semester 1
Class Stream Starting Ending Day Time Room
HIST701/N101  26-Feb-2024  21-Jun-2024       
2024Semester 2
Class Stream Starting Ending Day Time Room
HIST701/N201  15-Jul-2024  08-Nov-2024       
2025Semester 1
Class Stream Starting Ending Day Time Room
HIST701/N101  03-Mar-2025  27-Jun-2025       
2025Semester 2
Class Stream Starting Ending Day Time Room
HIST701/N201  21-Jul-2025  14-Nov-2025       
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