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Course Description

This course examines sociological themes in Indigenous Studies and helps students understand the historical, social and cultural contexts of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit projects of decolonization. Drawing attention to struggles against settler colonialism, the course will focus on concepts and case studies that highlight Indigenous resurgence and resistance, knowledge production and institutions. Topics include identities, Indigenous-settler relations, gendered racial violence, nation-building and decolonization.
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