Three students from Kenyon University in the United States participated in this unit. There were three main objectives. The first was to enable a reading of Western Australian writing in its relationship to the landscape - physical, social, and historical. The second was to locate Western Australian writing within the post-colonial perspective of Australian writing. The third was to formulate an appropriate theoretical framework for this. The central activity was a ten journey through the mid-west of western Australia. This intense experience was the equivalent of a whole semester's single unit workload.
Wild 1 - the North.
Landscapes: the Journal of the International Centre for Landscape and Language, 1(1).
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