LLCU 302 Unsettling: Indigenous Peoples & Canadian Settler Colonialism
An intersectional/interdisciplinary approach to the analysis of, and possible alternatives to, Canadian settler colonialism. Primacy given to Indigenous voices/theories/methods related to the history of Indigenous lands and associated traditions/identities, the course focuses on the theory/practice of `unsettling¿ the settler colonial societies.
LEARNING HOURS 119 (36L;9G;6O;8Oc;60P)
Subject Code for Anishinaabe Language : ANSH Subject Code for Arabic Language : ARAB Subject Code for Chinese : CHIN Subject Code for German Language : GRMN Subject Code for German Studies : GMST Subject Code for Hispanic Studies : HISP Subject Code for Indigenous Languages and Cultures : INDC Subject Code for Indigenous Studies : INDG Subject Code for Inuktitut : INUK Subject Code for Italian : ITLN Subject Code for Japanese : JAPN Subject Code for Languages, Literatures and Cultures : LLCU Subject Code for Linguistics : LING Subject Code for Mohawk : MOHK Subject Code for Portuguese : PORT Subject Code for Spanish : SPAN Subject Code for Spanish and Latin American Studies : SLAS Subject Code for World Language Studies : LANG World Wide Web Address : http://www.queensu.ca/llcu/home
COGS-P-BCH (Cognitive Science) COGS-I-BCH (Cognitive Science with Professional Internship) Subject: Administered by the School of Computing in cooperation with the Departments of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Philosophy and Psychology. Plan: Consists of 96.0 units as described below. Program: The Plan, with sufficient electives to total 120.0 units, will lead to a Bachelor of Computing (Honours) Degree.
...LAW 202 /3.0 LLCU 270 /3.0, 301/3.0 302/3.0, 322...
...LATN; LIBS; LING; LISC; LLCU; MAPP; MATH; MICR...471 Not Found ; CHEE 302 ; COMM 201 ; GLPH...