School of Humanities and Social Inquiry
Students in the School of Humanities and Social Inquiry are trained to think historically, philosophically and politically about the world, societies and cultures. Working alongside and guiding you in your studies are experts in their fields who will introduce you to cutting edge ideas, new ways of thinking and global perspectives. You will hone your skills of interpretation (nothing is ever just black and white), and you will gain experience in analysing and synthesising complex ideas; skills that are essential in real world problem solving and highly valuable to a wide range of employers. Every ‘real world’ problem today has a cultural and social dimension that can be understood using the skills you will gain doing one of our degrees.
HSI Seminar Series - Provocations: Research in Humanities and Social Inquiry
The School of Humanities and Social Inquiry are currently hosting a seminar series entitled 'Provocations: Research in Humanities and Social Inquiry. The seminars are held on Thursdays from 2-4pm in the LHA Research Hub. The full schedule of topics and speakers can be seen here.
Bachelor of International Studies student Montana Byers will have a front row seat to the United States political system as the 2017 UOW representative in the Uni-Capitol Washington Intern Program.
The program, which has been running since 1993, matches select Australian university students with congressional offices, providing a chance for students to gain valuable work experience and enhance their studies on an international level.
Changes to the Bachelor of Arts
Are you graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in 2017 or beyond? You may be affected by curriculum changes to the degree! For further information, refer to the Changes to the Bachelor of Arts webpage or speak to a Client Service Representative at LHA Central.