Subject: Indigenous Studies
Credit units: 3
College: Graduate and Postdoc Studies
Department: Indigenous Studies

Description

This reading course consists of weekly readings and discussions designed to immerse the student in discourses related to the topic of Cree traditional knowledge and governance. This reading course will explore various theories from law, anthropology, education, philosophy, and other disciplines to assess the degree in which these theories can access and convey Indigenous perspectives. The course will also examine how Cree traditional knowledge can be deployed as a theoretical framework in ways that assists us to gain a fuller understanding of traditional Cree governance and how that understanding can be applied in the modern context.

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