416 289 5000
1-800-268-4419 (in Ontario)

P.O. Box 631 Station A
Toronto, ON, M1K 5E9

Indigenous Peoples: A Global Perspective

Course Code HUM-312
Course Name Indigenous Peoples: A Global Perspective
Category Distance Learning
Description Students will examine various concepts and themes relevant to Indigenous peoples in Canada and globally. The course will begin by exploring what constitutes Indigenous identity, and the effect that colonialism had on Indigenous people and their ways of life. Historical and contemporary issues in Canada and other countries will be examined. Topics such as Indigenous knowledge, and their relationship to the natural world, the importance of oral traditions, and world views will be explored. We will also analyze forms of colonial oppression such as the Indian Act, treaties, residential schools, health and educational issues and conflicts. Post colonial issues such as land claims settlement, self-government, social movements such as Idle No More and various environmental and social issues that Indigenous peoples are facing will also be reviewed.
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Section Cost Semester Start Date End Date Meeting Times Campus
415 $572.55 Fall 2023 2023-09-12 2023-12-19
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425 $572.55 Winter 2024 2024-01-16 2024-04-23
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435 $572.55 Summer 2024 2024-05-14 2024-08-20
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