|Unit||ATS2335 / ATS3135|
|Credit Points||6 credit points|
|Location||Monash Prato Centre, Italy|
|Coordinators||Associate Professor Kevin Foster|
|Overseas Dates||Arts Semester in Prato|
|Applications Open||NOT OFFERED IN 2018|
Through seminars, workshops and fieldwork this unit will examine how conflict has been represented, remembered and memorialised. The unit will have a specific focus on World War 2, the Italian Resistance, and the massacre of civilians in Tuscany and Emilia Romagna. The unit will consider how written and visual responses to these events, material forms of remembrance – monuments, memorials, museums, and cemeteries in, or within reach of Prato – each function to memorialise the dead and how in articulating political and national ideologies, such sites acknowledge and incorporate countervailing ideologies and the contradictory testimony of survivors. Students will be invited to move beyond a purely theoretical understanding of these issues by visiting museums, massacre sites and their memorials, examining and critiquing their mediation and creating a critical/creative response to one such site.
All students will receive a Monash Abroad Travel Scholarship.
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|Deposit (Paid on application)||TBC|
|Balance (Paid on acceptance into program)||TBC|
|Included in Program Fee|
|Not included in Program Fee|
For security, safety and visa requirements, all students undertaking units in Block 1, 2 or 3 must stay in Monash-approved accommodation in Prato. For this reason, Monash University will arrange your accommodation in Prato. Non-refundable accommodation deposits are required prior to application approval.
If you are undertaking a Study Tour in Block 3, the accommodation deposit is built into your program fee for this block.
|1 Block||2 Blocks||3 Blocks|
|Deposit (Paid on application)||$500||$1,000||$1,500|
|Balance (Paid on acceptance into program)||TBC**||TBC**||TBC**|