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Writing Across Borders (AXL 1203S)

Course description: What happens to the identity of individuals as they move across borders?  This is the key question that the course explores on the topical theme of migration.

As part of the course resource pack, we share unique interviews with individuals who have crossed borders, and those who have conducted research on migration.

Outcomes: The course equips you with the basics of academic research, in preparation for the second year in the Humanities.

Pre-requisites: None.  This course is a credit-bearing elective course, open to students across faculties.

Lecture times: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs in the 2nd period OR 3rd period

Official start: Tuesday 16th July 2019 in Computer Science Room 214

To register: Please contact the Humanities Faculty Office in Beattie Building