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Literature and Theology 1
Sydney College of Divinity
A one-semester postgraduate course, by distance education, which applies the principles of hermeneutics to three novels, to introduce the literary and theological inquiries of neoclassicism, romanticism, and literary realism: Sense and Sensibility (Jane Austen), Jane Eyre (Charlotte Brontë), and Middlemarch (George Eliot).
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Literature and Theology 2
Sydney College of Divinity
A one-semester postgraduate course, by distance education, which applies the principles of hermeneutics to three novels, to introduce the literary and theological inquiries of modernism and anti-modernism: Heart of Darkness (Joseph Conrad), A Passage to India (E.M. Forster), and Brighton Rock (Graham Greene).
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Literature and Theology 3
Sydney College of Divinity
A one-semester postgraduate course, by distance education, which applies the principles of hermeneutics to three novels, to introduce the literary and theological inquiries of post-modernism and post post-modernism: The Bell (Iris Murdoch), The Takeover (Muriel Spark), and Alias Grace (Margaret Atwood).
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From Research to Publication
Centre for Epidemiology and Evidence, New South Wales
Ministry of Health

A two-day course that introduces the principles of scientific writing, and publishing quantitative and qualitative research, for population and public health professionals. The course consists of eight 90-minute sessions that cover: the reader’s needs, working with co-authors and other stakeholders, the structure of an article, what each part of an article should contain, the journey to publication, and the elements of effective peer reviewing. A third day can be added to the course, if participants would like to offer their work-in-progress for group analysis.


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