NS 362 - Indigenous Women

3 units (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

Faculty of Native Studies

An interdisciplinary approach to understanding historical and contemporary experiences of Indigenous women. Examines the ways in which Indigenous women have resisted and been shaped by colonialism and other contemporary racialized gendered practices through an exploration of community, race, gender, sexuality, identity, representation, and activism. The course also considers the ways in which Indigenous knowledge shape alternative ways of conceptualizing and politicizing history, identity, place, self-determination, land rights, resources and wellbeing. Prerequisites: NS 110, 111 and 240 or 290 or consent of the Faculty. For students outside of the Faculty of Native Studies, NS 200 or NS 201 is the prerequisite.

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