Spring 2020 - FNST 332 D200
Ethnobotany of British Columbia First Nations (3)
Class Number: 4322
Delivery Method: In Person
Course Times + Location:
Fr 2:30 PM – 5:20 PM
SWH 9095, Burnaby
Office: SWH 9095
Office Hours: Fridays, 10am-12pm and 2:00pm-2:20pm
This course is an introduction to the study of plant knowledge and use by First Nations peoples in British Columbia. It provides students with information about the role of plants in First Nations' cultures including such areas as foods, medicines, technology, ceremony, ecological indicators, and within First Nations' knowledge and classification systems. Special focus may be placed on the ethnobotany of one or more Aboriginal groups or culture areas. Breadth-Science.
- Prepared plant collection 25%
- Assignments and quizzes 20%
- Midterm Exam 25%
- Research paper 20%
- Attendance and participation (in classroom and field activities) 10%
MATERIALS + SUPPLIES:
A fee of $4.00 is needed to pay for specimen mounting paper and folder. For students who desire a plant press on a temporary loan basis, a refundable deposit of $40.00 is required. These fees will be collected on the second day of class (January 17, 2019).
Class fieldtrips may also require fees/concession – this will be announced as fieldtrips are confirmed.
Plants of Coastal British Columbia by Jim Pojar and Andy MacKinnon (Eds.). 2004. Lone Pine Publishing
ISBN: ISBN: 9781772130096
Beyond the required text, all reading and discussion materials related to the course will be made available through SFU CANVAS
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Department of First Nations Studies- Contact Info:
General Office: Saywell Hall (SWH) Room 9089. Burnaby Campus. (M-F, 09:00-16:30 Hrs.)
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