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, 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.
What's new in FNS!
We have the following new developments in the Department and offer Best Wishes to all!
New: Warmest WELCOME to Dr. June Scudeler and Natahnee Winder! We are delighted to have both of these wonderful people join our faculty team as Assistant Professors.
New: CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. annie ross on her promotion to Professor with the Department of First Nations Studies.
New: CONGRATULATIONS to Department Chair, Dr. Deanna Reder for being named a College Member of the Royal Society of Canada.