Queen’s University is partnering with Kenjgewin Teg Indigenous Educational Institute to jointly develop and offer three new courses in Indigenous studies in January 2022.  

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Kenjgewin Teg is an Indigenous-led educational institute at M'Chigeeng First Nation, on Mnidoo Mnising (Manitoulin Island). Queen’s has a long history of partnership with Kenjgewin Teg through the university’s community-based Indigenous Teacher Education program. 

The new courses will be offered online through Queen’s Faculty of Arts and Science from January to April 2022 as part of the one-term pilot agreement. The courses will focus on Indigenous perspectives on climate change and sustainability practices related to water, Indigenous theatre and performance, and the significance of language in relation to collective and individual identity.  

The three new courses are:

LLCU 295 Section 003: Indigenous Perspectives on Water
LLCU 295 Section 004: Indigenous Theatre and Performance 
LLCU 395 Section 004: Indigenous Languages: Expressions of Peoplehood

For more information and course descriptions, please visit LLCU courses page

Space is limited - register early! All courses are eligible option courses for Indigenous Studies and for LLCU major.

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