ITAL 3403 - Italian Migration to Australia
|Contact:||One 2 hour lecture weekly|
|Available for Study Abroad and Exchange:||No|
|Available for Non-Award Study:||No|
|Pre-Requisite:||At least 12 units of Level I undergraduate study|
|Incompatible:||If one of ITAL 3502, ITAL 3502A has been successfully completed|
Please note that Italian is taught by Flinders University staff as part of an arrangement between the two Universities. Classes are held at the University of Adelaide North, Terrace Campus, except for some classes which are held in Victoria Square or at Bedford Park. For detailed information on this course, please visit http://www.flinders.edu.au/webapps/stusys/index.cfm/topic/main, select 'ITAL' in the drop down menu and find the course by title. The topic examines the history of Italian settlement in Australia in the context of Italian migration in the 19th and 20th Centuries. The topic considers: the various migration phases; the reasons for emigrating; the preferred destinations; the early Italian settlers in Australia; regional migration; migration patterns; settlement areas; occupations; early Anglo-Australian attitudes; Italians and fascism; internment and the Second World War; post-war migration; assimilationism and the Italian identity; Italian communities; second and third generation Italian-Australians. A segment of the topic is devoted to the history of Italian settlement in South Australia. No knowledge of Italian is necessary. Students who have undertaken the study of Italian settlement in either ITAL 3211 or ITAL 3311 are not permitted to enrol in this topic.
Students will enrol and be invoiced for this course through Flinders University.
Course OutlineA Course Outline which includes Learning Outcomes, Learning Resources, Learning & Teaching for this course may be accessed here
Students will need to confirm Critical Dates with Flinders University.
|Enrolment Class: Lecture|
|21366||LE01||1 Aug - 19 Sep||Thursday||8:30am - 10:30am||Hartley, 108a, Teaching Room|
|10 Oct - 31 Oct||Thursday||8:30am - 10:30am||Hartley, 108a, Teaching Room|