SOSC 404 - Advanced Topics Seminar in Indigenous Studies

This seminar course develops students’ critical and theoretical acuity in the field of Indigenous Studies. The course allows for the focused study of specific topics and themes, frameworks of analysis, and case studies in Indigenous Studies (including its application to the regional context of Treaty 7 territory, and a diversity of socio-political contexts impacting Indigenous peoples). The course supports the development of students’ research, writing and presentation skills through the critical study of objects of material culture, texts, exhibitions, presentations, locations, and events related to Indigenous Studies. Possible themes and subjects may include: Indigenous legacies and histories; the cultural context of Indigenous peoples’ material practices and design; and critiques and explorations of the history of display practices related to Indigenous peoples.

Course Credits:

3

Course Prerequisites

Any 300-level SCCS course

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