'All representations are acts of manipulation.' - Composers' choices
To what extent does your study of history and memory support this statement? In your response, make detailed reference to your prescribed text and ONE other related text of your own choosing.
Analyse how the representation of past events and recollections leads us to a greater awareness of the complexity of human attitudes and behaviour. - personal memory and collective memory
In your response, make detailed reference to your prescribed text and at least ONE other related text of your own choosing.
Explore how [core text] and ONE other related text of your own choosing represent history and memory in unique and evocative ways. - perspective
To what extent has textual form shaped your understanding of history and memory? - medium - memory
Analyse the ways history and memory generate compelling and unexpected insights. - perspective
Compare how the texts you have studied emphasise the complexities evident in the interplay of history and memory.
How have the texts studied in this elective challenged your ways of thinking about 'History and Memory'? - perspective
Texts in this elective offer perspectives on the significance of history and memory in human experiences. - perspectives
Were you persuaded to embrace these perspectives?
'At the heart of representation are acts of deliberate selection and emphasis.' - choices of composer
Do the texts you have studied demonstrate this in relation to 'History and Memory'?
You are the keynote speaker at a conference for young writers and directors.
The title of your presentation is: Visions and Versions of History and Memory.
In your presentation, explore how and for what purpose composers create their particular visions and versions. - choices of composer...