Spring 2021 - INDG 101 F100
Introduction to Indigenous Studies (3)
Class Number: 4579
Delivery Method: Remote
Introduces the nature and goals of Indigenous Studies as an academic discipline that emphasizes cultures and homelands of First Peoples. Students with credit for FNST 101 may not take this course for further credit. Breadth-Humanities/Social Sciences.
Ce cours présente aux étudiants les histoires et les cultures des peuples autochtones du Canada. Le contenu comprend une analyse des préoccupations historiques et contemporaines, et accorde une attention particulière aux concepts d'identité autochtone, aux histoires orales, aux rôles de genre, aux expressions esthétiques, et à la justice sociale. Destiné à celles et ceux qui veulent juste en savoir plus, ainsi qu'aux éducateurs.trices qui souhaitent intégrer ces questions dans leur propre programme, ce cours vise à promouvoir la sensibilisation et la compréhension autour des réalités autochtones, et ce par le biais d'une approche interdisciplinaire.
**PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CLASS IS CONDUCTED IN FRENCH**
- Participation (weekly assignments, CANVAS-discussion boards, online submissions and in-class exchanges) 10%
- Paper proposal and outline 10%
- Short paper (5-6 page paper that analyses one of the course’s themes or assigned readings) 30%
- Quizzes (2 x 25%) 50%
- There is NO FINAL examination for INDG 101 F100 in Spring 2021.
**THIS CLASS IS CONDUCTED IN FRENCH**
An Antane Kapesh. Je suis une maudite sauvagesse  Mémoire d’encrier, 2019.
Nous sommes des histoires. Mémoire d’encrier, 2018.
Greg Younging, Elements of Indigenous Style, Brush Education, 2018.
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