Remembering Anzac: A study tour of commemorative landscapes, museums & memorials across Australasia is an undergraduate course offered by the School of History.
The course offers you the chance to study intensively over late June and early July 2021. You will speed up your degree, engage with leading cultural institutions, and visit memory sites across Australia.
- Explore the many meanings of Anzac across the Australian landscape.
- Visit museums and memorials in Sydney and Melbourne and debate the way war is remembered.
- End your tour in Darwin, where a World War II Memory Trail extends across and beyond Australia’s northernmost city and through the spectacular landscape of the Northern Territory.
For further details (including information about student travel loans and subsidies) contact the course convenor, Professor Bruce Scates.
Hurry, places are strictly limited.
To learn more about the Anzac story visit One Hundred Stories.