Assistant Professor, Faculty of Arts - Political Science Dept
NS 345 - Governance in Indigenous Nations
The course will cover important conceptual paradigms in Indigenous Studies related to the governance of Indigenous nations. These include nationhood, critical Indigenous studies, Indigenous resurgence, Indigenous law, Indigenous feminism(s) and relationality. In addition, the course will cover a selection of mainstream governance methods relevant to organizational planning, conflict resolution, and board governance. 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. Sections may be offered in a Cost Recovery format at an increased rate of fee assessment; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.
NS 440 - Indigenous Treaties and Agreements
An exploration of the historical and contemporary issues associated with treaties. Pre- and post-1867 Indian treaties and modern agreements in Canada will be examined. Prerequisite: One 300-level NS course or consent of the Faculty.
POL S 201 - Introduction to Indigenous Politics
Core concepts in the field of Indigenous politics. Prerequisite: POL S 101 or Department consent.
POL S 532 - Indigenous Engagement, Governance, and Policy
The study and practice of public policy by, and as it relates to, Indigenous peoples.