Indigenous Ways of Knowing (INDG 301) is being offered for the first time in fall term 2018. By taking INDG courses, students have an opportunity to immerse themselves in Indigenous history and culture Students expand their knowledge and understanding of Indigenous cultures, while developing professional skills such as innovative Indigenous approaches to learning and research to work with Indigenous communities.
All INDG courses count towards Indigenous Studies Plans and in many cases can be taken as electives.
|INDG 301/3.0||Indigenous Ways of Knowing||
INDG 301 001: Exhausted Americas: Conquest, Freedom, and Re-Writing the Human in Black and Indigenous Poetries
Offered: Fall 2021
INDG 301 001:Land and Kinship: The Erotic, Two-Spirit Critique, Land, and Queer-Indigenous Poetry
|INDG 302/3.0||Indigenous Theories and Methodologies: Learning through Indigenous Worldviews||
|INDG 401/3.0||In Community Capstone: Research and Relationships||A fourth year Honours capstone project course exploring an issue in Indigenous Studies through both library-and community-based research. Working with an Indigenous community partner and the instructor, students will integrate knowledge and skills to carry out a research project.
PREREQUISITE Level 4 and registration in the INDG Major or Medial Plan and INDG 302/3.0 or permission of the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures.
|Course Code||Course Name||Term||Times||Room||Instructor|
|INDG 301||Contemporary Indigenous Art||F||Mon. 11:30-1:00
|M-C E202||M. Hill|
|INDG 302 002||Indigenous Theories and Methodologies||W||Mon. 11:30-2:30||KINGS 313||C. Pedri-Spade|