Subjects that are at risk of being cut include many from Hebrew, Biblical & Jewish Studies, Visual Arts, Philosophy and more.
The appointment comes at a critical time for FASS.
Undergraduate students will vote on a motion to oppose the continuing cuts and school restructures in FASS.
Enrolment numbers will determine what will be cut, merged or otherwise diminished.
The Save USyd Arts campaign has shown that if students dare to struggle, students can dare to win.
These are the moments, the places in which we not only exist, but truly live — in experience, art, poetry, community, connection, culture.
Undergrad units with less than 24 students will be cut.
No new information was offered by the Dean in the consultation.
Jagose began her response by remarking that “I seem to have lost sight of my own self.”
The controversial FASS Dean will replace Stephen Garton in October.