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GNDS 432 Settler Colonialism and Indigenous Politics

GNDS 432  Settler Colonialism and Indigenous Politics  Units: 3.00  

Examines critical theories and case studies of politics and governance in Indigenous and settler societies, based in Indigenous feminist thought. Cases examine the relation between nationality, gender, and sexuality within colonial relations of rule, methods of Indigenous governance, Indigenous sovereignty struggles, and theories and practices of decolonization. This course contains an intensive and independent study component.

Learning Hours: 120 (36 Seminar, 84 Private Study)  
Requirements: Prerequisite (Level 3 or above and registration in a GNDS Major, GNDS Joint Honours Plan, or the Sexual and Gender Diversity Certificate) or permission of the Department.  
Course Equivalencies: GNDS432; WMNS432  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Science  

Gender Studies

MA degree from a recognized university in gender studies or cognate fields (women’s studies, feminist studies, sexuality studies) or in another field with evidence of a prior focus on gender. Minimum of B+ / 75% in the last two years of university study. Consideration will be given to practitioners of gender studies in the public or private sectors who hold the BAH and who demonstrate exceptional and relevant professional experience and achievement in an appropriate field.

Gender Studies

...of decolonization. Offered jointly with GNDS 432. EXCLUSION: GNDS 432 GNDS 836 Feminist and Queer...