Fall 2021 - INDG 401 OL01
Aboriginal Peoples and Public Policy (3)
Class Number: 4024
Delivery Method: In Person
Course Times + Location:
Exam Times + Location:
Oct 28, 2021
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
REMOTE LEARNING, Burnaby
Office: SWH 9079
Office Hours: TBA
Prerequisites:INDG (or FNST) 101 and 201W. Recommended: POL 221.
An examination of First Nations and Aboriginal peoples' perspectives on political, social and legal issues involving their rights as first citizens of Canada and North America, and the practical and political relations with various levels of government. Issues examined include: Aboriginal rights and title questions, self government models and concepts, constitutional matters, the impact of federal government policies, including their impact on women's lives, and Aboriginal community and First Nations politics. Students with credit for FNST 401 may not take this course for further credit
- Positionality Paper & Indigenous Policy Glossary 15%
- Current Events Paper 20%
- Critical Book Review 25%
- Indigenous Policy Paper & Policy Information Brochure 40%
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All assignments in this course must be completed for a final grade to be assigned. The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the Department of Indigenous Studies adheres to SFU policy related to grading practices, grade appeals (Policy T20.01) and academic honesty and student conduct (S10.01 and S10.05). It is the responsibility of students to inform themselves of the content of these policies available on the SFU website:
Coulthard, et al. Red Skin, White Masks: Rejecting the Colonial Politics of Recognition / Glen Sean Coulthard; Foreword by Taiaiake Alfred. Project MUSE, 2014.
Dickason, O. P., & Newbigging, W. (2019). Indigenous peoples within Canada: a concise history / Olive Patricia Dickason, William Newbigging. (Fourth edition.). Oxford University Press.
Print ISBN: 9780199028481
eText ISBN: 9780199028511
Additional Readings available via SFU Canvas and SFU Library Reserve
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TEACHING AT SFU IN FALL 2021
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