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Indigenous Ontologies and Ways of Knowing

This course will examine the ways in which Indigenous peoples understand themselves as social beings and societies. Indigenous theories and ways of knowing will be drawn from various Indigenous societies throughout North America. Lectures and discussion (three hours); one term

SOCIOL 2UU3

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): II Term(s): Fall Offered?: No Language?: No

Vanessa Watts

Assistant Professor | Paul R. MacPherson Chair in Indigenous Studies

Prerequisite(s): One of SOCIOL 1CO3, SOCIOL 1Z03,1A06 A/B or one of INDIGST 1A03, 1AA3, RECONCIL 1A03 and enrollment in Level II or above