EXNS - CE - Faculty of Native Studies

Offered By:
Faculty of Native Studies

Below are the courses available from the EXNS code. Select a course to view the available classes, additional class notes, and class times.

★ 50 Non-credit course

This course pulls the rug from underneath settler-based constructions of Indigeneity. Taking up the most prevalent stereotypes of Indigenous people, the course will provide context and reflection-based learning to give students the ability to unpack and challenge the narratives that both skew the lived experience of Indigenous peoples and allow the replication of stereotypes that reinforce colonial relationships.

★ 50 Non-credit course

This course introduces students to the long and complicated relationships between science and technology fields, broader dynamics of colonialism, and increasing demands for Indigenous governance of the sciences and technologies that affect them.

★ 36 Non-credit course

Created in partnership with Les Femmes Michif Otipemisiwak¿Women of the Métis Nation, features instruction from leading scholars in Métis studies across Canada. By highlighting concepts like kinship, nationhood, peoplehood, and wahkohtowin students will critically assess conceptual norms of leadership and recognize how colonization and racism have affected Métis women¿s leadership. Students will gain an increased knowledge and awareness of Métis culture and traditions and the skills to strengthen their leadership capacity for personal and community development.