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Indigenous Peoples & Canada

An intensive examination of selected aspects of Indigenous-settler relations in Canada. Topics may include colonization/decolonization, racism/anti-racism, identity politics, Indigenous and treaty rights, Indigenous-settler alliances, and healing and reconciliation (among others.) This course also offers unique opportunities for community engagement. Seminar (three hours); one term.


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

Jeffrey Denis

Associate Professor

Prerequisite(s): One of SOCIOL 3FF3, 3H06 A/B and enrolment in any Honours Sociology program; enrolment in Honours Social Psychology program; enrolment in the Indigenous Studies program; or permission of the department. SOCIOL 2EE3 and/or a background in Indigenous Studies is recommended.