First Nations Studies partners with Indigenous and other communities and individuals to build dynamic relationships that restore and revitalize traditional knowledges, ancient and modern aesthetics, languages and literatures.
As a community of learners, we connect and honour academic rigor and Indigenous perspectives through activist research, creative production, and community engagement.
First Nations Studies offers sequential, comprehensive learning rooted in traditional and contemporary Aboriginal logic, methodology, practice and theory.
First Nations Studies and Canada 150:
Intersession 2017 - Special Topics course
EXPLORE, CHALLENGE, LEARN
Learn why indigenous literature matters and its promise for Canada's future from path-breaking indigenous writers directly. A Breadth-Humanities course.
In this lecture/discussion/studio practice course, learn about Indigenous craft, technologies, bioregionalisms as avenues for intellectual discourse, eco-logical practice, involvement in a calendar round, among others, in order to create and maintain viable and sustainable community practices and securities.
Visit our FNS Canada 150 webpage for more course details.
Other Summer 2017 Courses:
3) SFU NOW:
FNST 101-3 Introduction to First Nations Studies
VANCR Campus. Tuesday Evening
4) Centre Online and Distance Education (CODE):
FNST 201W-3 Canadian Aboriginal Peoples' Perspectives on History
Course outlines: www.sfu.ca/outlines
First Nations Studies
1) launches new Major!
2) join Co-op Education Program in FNS!
2017 Specials & Highlights!