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Curricular information is subject to change
On completion of this module, students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate an awareness of the roles and impacts of identity in the documentation and performance of folklore,
2. Unpack the nature of intersectional identities by contextualizing specific examples of folklore held in the National Folklore Collection,
3. Consider the role of self in the ethnographic process through auto-ethnographic writing,
4. Design, undertake and present an individual fieldwork-based research project,
5. Hone skills in practically applying our discipline through public outreach and engagement.
|Student Effort Type
|Specified Learning Activities
|Autonomous Student Learning
Not applicable to this module.
• Feedback individually to students, post-assessment
Feedback in this module is centred around the in-semester continuous assessment components, enabling students to draw on feedback provided for the earlier in-semester component to improve their performance in the later component.
|Dr Kelly Fitzgerald
|Lecturer / Co-Lecturer