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Indigenous Perspectives on Canada
This course examines Indigenous-settler relations and settler colonialism in Canada from Indigenous perspectives. Key sociological themes will be explored through Indigenous scholarship and historical and contemporary case studies of First Nations, Métis and Inuit experiences of colonization, dispossession, resistance, and resurgence. Topics include state violence, citizenship, identities, land rights, self-determination, community-building, and decolonization.
Weekly Contact: Lecture: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
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*List may not include courses that are on a common table shared between programs.
- Arts and Contemporary Studies Core Elective Table I
- Criminology and Sociology Double Major
- History and Sociology Double Major
- Minor in Sociology
- Politics and Governance and Sociology Double Major
- SOC 540 - Special Topics in Indigenous Studies
- SOC 553 - Indigenist Thought
- SOC 576 - Colonialism and Anti-Blackness
- SOC 580 - Indigenous Feminisms