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Courses with Indigenous Content

Fall 2018 Courses

  • SOJE/ID120: Introduction to Indigenous Studies
  • AN211: Indigenous Religions
  • AN/GS355: Indigenous People in Global Contexts
  • EU493: Diversity: First Nations Topics
  • GG300f: Indigenous Ecological Knowledge
  • HI728: Indigenous History Major Seminar
  • HI778: Indigenous History Minor Seminar
  • RE211: Indigenous Religions
  • ID100: Indigenous Peoples and Media
  • SOJE/ID120: Introduction to Indigenous Studies
  • ID227: People of the Longhouse
  • ID302: Indigenous Children and Family
  • ID360: Indigenous-Settler RElations
  • ID386: Indigenous Psychology
  • ID400: Indigenous Research Methods
  • ID410: The Medicine Garden
  • PS330: Indigenous Psychology
  • SK311: Reconciliation and Indigenous-Social Work Relation
  • YC302: Indigenous Children and Families
  • PD402: Indigenous Communities and Policing

Winter 2019 Courses

  • ID100: Indigenous Peoples and Media
  • ID120: Introduction to Indigenous Studies
  • ID227: People of the Longhouse
  • ID/YC302: Indigenous Children and Families
  • ID386/PS330: Indigenous Psychology
  • ID360: Indigenous-Settler Relations
  • ID400: Indigenous Research Methodologies
  • ID410: Medicine Garden
  • HE440l: Perspectives in Indigenous Health
  • HI344: Indigenous Eastern Canada
  • HI625a: Canada's First Nations
  • HI728: Indigenous History Major Seminar
  • HI778: Indigenous History Minor Seminar
  • NO230: Decolonizing North America
  • ID100: Indigenous Peoples and Media
  • SOJE/ID120: Introduction to Indigenous Studies
  • ID201: Indigenous Perspectives on Globalization
  • SOJE/ID205: Indigenous People and Anthropology
  • ID207: Gender and Indigenous Communities
  • ID/YC302: Indigenous Children and Families
  • ID303: Indigenous Pedagogy
  • ID375: Indigenous Community Organizing
  • HI258: Indigenous Peoples and Empires
  • SNID220: Cultural Teachings: Mohawk Language
  • SK422: Indigenous Wholistic Healing
  • PD302: Indigenous Peoples Political Structures