Approved Indigenous Course Requirement List

Please visit the Academic Timetable to see which courses are presently being offered and in which location(s). Not all courses listed below run every term or in all locations. For specific details about program requirements and degree regulations, please refer to the Academic Calendar.

Course Code Description Cross Listed With
CUST-1570H The Origins of Theatre: Performance (ICR) An introduction to the study of theatre and performance. The course examines the roots of theatre in oral traditions, storytelling, and appropriate ritual practices. Students have the opportunity to engage with the course material through stories, readings, and practical workshop experience.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-1570H
IESS-1001H Foundations in Indigenous Environmental (ICR) Introduces students to the foundational approaches, philosophies, values and methods used in Indigenous Environmental Studies. Teaching methods include lectures, written resource materials, classroom discussions, and experiential learning.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-1001H Foundation for Reconciliation (ICR) Provides a foundation for an informed and critical discussion of Indigenous peoples in Canada and the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, cultures, societies, and states. The course explores the rationale for and need for the Canadian national project of reconciliation. Excludes INDG 1000Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-1001H Foundation for Reconciliation (ICR) Provides a foundation for an informed and critical discussion of Indigenous peoples in Canada and the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, cultures, societies, and states. The course explores the rationale for and need for the Canadian national project of reconciliation. Excludes INDG 1000Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-1001H Foundation for Reconciliation (ICR) Provides a foundation for an informed and critical discussion of Indigenous peoples in Canada and the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, cultures, societies, and states. The course explores the rationale for and need for the Canadian national project of reconciliation. Excludes INDG 1000Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-1002H Critical Incidents in Indigenous Life (ICR) Examines a selection of critical incidents in Indigenous life and history. Using the lens of cultural and political reimagination we examine and discuss issues and ideas that shape the daily lives of Indigenous peoples in Canada and the world. Excludes INDG 1000Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-1002H Critical Incidents in Indigenous Life (ICR) Examines a selection of critical incidents in Indigenous life and history. Using the lens of cultural and political reimagination we examine and discuss issues and ideas that shape the daily lives of Indigenous peoples in Canada and the world. Excludes INDG 1000Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-1002H Critical Incidents in Indigenous Life (ICR) Examines a selection of critical incidents in Indigenous life and history. Using the lens of cultural and political reimagination we examine and discuss issues and ideas that shape the daily lives of Indigenous peoples in Canada and the world. Excludes INDG 1000Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-1570H The Origins of Theatre: Performance (ICR) An introduction to the study of theatre and performance. The course examines the roots of theatre in oral traditions, storytelling, and appropriate ritual practices. Students have the opportunity to engage with the course material through stories, readings, and practical workshop experience.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CUST-1570H
Course Code Description Cross Listed With
CAST-2001H Indigenous Peoples &state Relationships (ICR) Examines the nature of Indigenous relationships with Canada and the impact those relationships have had upon Indigenous peoples and communities. The course engages with different understandings of self-government and sovereignty. Prerequisite: 0.5 INDG, CAST, or POST credit. Excludes INDG-POST 2000Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
POST-2001H, INDG-2001H
CAST-2002H Indigenous Peoples and Resurgence (ICR) Examines the nature of Indigenous resurgence and contemporary struggles within the state. By understanding the different ways in which Indigenous peoples are reclaiming and revisioning their current relationships, students become aware of the impact Indigenous resurgence is having on Indigenous communities. Prerequisite: 0.5 INDG, CAST, or POST credit. Excludes INDG-POST 2000Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2002H, POST-2002H
CAST-2040Y Canada the Land (ICR) An interdisciplinary enquiry into the function and idea of the land in Canadian traditions. Themes may include Aboriginal rights, settlement, sources of land law, post-colonialism, regionalism, urban/rural conflict over natural resource extraction and waste disposal, sustainability, environmental racism, energy, climate change, and representations of land and landscape in literature and the visual arts. Prerequisite: 3.0 univeristy credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
ERST-2040Y, GEOG-2040Y, INDG-2040Y
CAST-2041H Canada: the Land (ICR) An interdisciplinary enquiry into the function and idea of the land in Canadian traditions. Themes may include Aboriginal rights, settlement, sources of land law, post-colonialism, regionalism, urban/rural conflict over natural resource extraction and waste disposal, sustainability, environmental racism, energy, climate change, and representations of land and landscape in literature and the visual arts. Prerequisite: 3.0 university credits. Students may take only one of CAST-ERST-GEOG-INDG 2040Y or 2041H for credit.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
ERST-2041H, GEOG-2041H, INDG-2041H
CAST-2042H Canada: the Land II (ICR) In an age of economic dysfunction, social injustice, climate change, and myriad other impasses, this course investigates modes of knowing 'the land' in Canadian society that includes understandings that balance the pragmatic, objective, rational, and technological in relation to contemplative, creative, and emotional facets of human being. Prerequisite: 3.0 university credits. Excludes CAST-ERST-GEOG-INDG 2040Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
ERST-2042H, GEOG-2042H, INDG-2042H
CAST-2485H Indigenous Women's Creative Non-Fiction (ICR) Focuses on creative non-fiction by Indigenous women, including autobiography, life-writing, memoir, mixedgenre essays, and family/community stories revisiting the oral tradition. Emphasizes work published in Canada; includes some "border-crossing" work published in the United States. Excludes CAST-INDG-WMST 3480Y. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits including one of CAST 1101H, INDG 1001H, or WMST 1001H.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2485H, WMST-2485H
CHYS-2006H Indigenous Knowledge for Children Youth (ICR) Students have the opportunity to explore how Indigenous knowledge informs child and youth development, learning, relationships, and care. Course content draws upon decolonizing theories and methodologies, epistemologies of the land, oral storytelling traditions, and contemporary art and culture. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2006H
ERST-2040Y Canada the Land (ICR) An interdisciplinary enquiry into the function and idea of the land in Canadian traditions. Themes include Aboriginal rights, settlement, sources of land law, post-colonialism, regionalism, urban/rural conflict over natural resource extraction and waste disposal, sustainability, environmental racism, energy, climate change, and representations of land and landscape in literature and the visual arts. Prerequisite: 3.0 univeristy credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-2040Y, GEOG-2040Y, INDG-2040Y
ERST-2041H Canada: the Land (ICR) An interdisciplinary enquiry into the function and idea of the land in Canadian traditions. Themes may include Aboriginal rights, settlement, sources of land law, post-colonialism, regionalism, urban/rural conflict over natural resource extraction and waste disposal, sustainability, environmental racism, energy, climate change, and representations of land and landscape in literature and the visual arts. Prerequisite: 3.0 university credits. Students may take only one of CAST-ERST-GEOG-INDG 2040Y or 2041H for credit.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-2041H, GEOG-2041H, INDG-2041H
ERST-2042H Canada: the Land II (ICR) In an age of economic dysfunction, social injustice, climate change, and myriad other impasses, this course investigates modes of knowing 'the land' in Canadian society that includes understandings that balance the pragmatic, objective, rational, and technological in relation to contemplative, creative, and emotional facets of human being. Prerequisite: 3.0 university credits. Excludes CAST-ERST-GEOG-INDG 2040Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-2042H, GEOG-2042H, INDG-2042H
ERST-2601Y Indig. Knowledge Systems & Environment (ICR) Explores Indigenous worldviews, environmental philosophies, and cultural values through exposure to the perspectives of Indigenous Elders, community people, political leaders, academics, activists, and scholars. Students are introduced to Indigenous knowledge as it pertains to the natural environment. Prerequisite: 4 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2601Y, IESS-2601Y
GEOG-2040Y Canada the Land (ICR) An interdisciplinary enquiry into the function and idea of the land in Canadian traditions. Themes include Aboriginal rights, settlement, sources of land law, post-colonialism, regionalism, urban/rural conflict over natural resource extraction and waste disposal, sustainability, environmental racism, energy, climate change, and representations of land and landscape in literature and the visual arts. Prerequisite: 3.0 univeristy credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-2040Y, ERST-2040Y, INDG-2040Y
GEOG-2041H Canada: the Land (ICR) An interdisciplinary enquiry into the function and idea of the land in Canadian traditions. Themes may include Aboriginal rights, settlement, sources of land law, post-colonialism, regionalism, urban/rural conflict over natural resource extraction and waste disposal, sustainability, environmental racism, energy, climate change, and representations of land and landscape in literature and the visual arts. Prerequisite: 3.0 university credits. Students may take only one of CAST-ERST-GEOG-INDG 2040Y or 2041H for credit.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-2041H, ERST-2041H, INDG-2041H
GEOG-2042H Canada: the Land II (ICR) In an age of economic dysfunction, social injustice, climate change, and myriad other impasses, this course investigates modes of knowing 'the land' in Canadian society that includes understandings that balance the pragmatic, objective, rational, and technological in relation to contemplative, creative, and emotional facets of human being. Prerequisite: 3.0 university credits. Excludes CAST-ERST-GEOG-INDG 2040Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-2042H, ERST-2042H, INDG-2042H
HIST-2306H Foundations for Indigenous History (ICR) Explores Indigenous histories and grounding history in lands, knowledges, languages, and genders. Examines methodologies such as oral narratives, orality, and land-based research along with methods for gathering knowledge related to Indigenous histories. Explores scholarly positionality as historians, research ethics, and the various formats being used to articulate Indigenous histories. Recommended prerequisite: INDG 1001H. Excludes INDG 2305Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2306H
HIST-2307H Colonial Encounters (ICR) Explores the multifaceted encounters that resulted from European colonialism. The focus of the course is on the lives and experiences of Indigenous peoples in Africa, Asia, the Americas, and the Pacific basin to develop a comprehensive understanding of colonialism and resistance on a global scale. Prerequisite: INDG 2306H. Excludes INDG-HIST 2305Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2307H
IESS-2601Y Indig. Knowledge Systems & Environ (ICR) Explores Indigenous worldviews, environmental philosophies, and cultural values through exposure to the perspectives of Indigenous Elders, community people, political leaders, academics, activists, and scholars. Students are introduced to Indigenous knowledge as it pertains to the natural environment. Prerequisite: 4 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2601Y, ERST-2601Y
INDG-2001H Indigenous Peoples &state Relationships (ICR) Examines the nature of Indigenous relationships with Canada and the impact those relationships have had upon Indigenous peoples and communities. The course engages with different understandings of self-government and sovereignty. Prerequisite: 0.5 INDG, CAST, or POST credit. Excludes INDG-POST 2000Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
POST-2001H, CAST-2001H
INDG-2002H Indigenous Peoples and Resurgence (ICR) Examines the nature of Indigenous resurgence and contemporary struggles within the state. By understanding the different ways in which Indigenous peoples are reclaiming and revisioning their current relationships, students become aware of the impact Indigenous resurgence is having on Indigenous communities. Prerequisite: 0.5 INDG, CAST, or POST credit. Excludes INDG-POST 2000Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-2002H, POST-2002H
INDG-2006H Indigenous Knowledge for Children Youth (ICR) Students have the opportunity to explore how Indigenous knowledge informs child and youth development, learning, relationships, and care. Course content draws upon decolonizing theories and methodologies, epistemologies of the land, oral storytelling traditions, and contemporary art and culture. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CHYS-2006H
INDG-2010H Indigenous Contemporary Dance (ICR) Indigenous contemporary dance is rich in heritage and multi-faceted in form, including social and ancient dances based in ceremony, contemporary derivations, and traditional choreography staged for theatrical performance. This course offers a study of the dance practice, history, and cultural context of the intertribal dance of the contemporary powwow. Open to first-year students. Excludes 3952H: Special Topic: Indigenous Contemporary Dance.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2020H Indigenous Contemporary Music (ICR) Provides an opportunity for students to obtain foundational performance knowledge of Indigenous drumming and song practice, along with the development of Indigenous contemporary music and its evolution from traditional music. Students explore song structure, instrumentation, and performance formats in an Indigenous environment of traditional and contemporary practitioners. Open to first-year students. Excludes 3957H: Special Topic: Indigenous Contemporary Music.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2030H Indigenous Peoples & News Media (ICR) Provides context for past and current portrayal of Indigenous topics in the media. With a better understanding of Indigenous cultures, histories, and perspectives, students can report stories related to Indigenous peoples, and about Indigenous peoples, more effectively.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2040Y Canada the Land (ICR) An interdisciplinary enquiry into the function and idea of the land in Canadian traditions. Themes include Aboriginal rights, settlement, sources of land law, post-colonialism, regionalism, urban/rural conflict over natural resource extraction and waste disposal, sustainability, environmental racism, energy, climate change, and representations of land and landscape in literature and the visual arts. Prerequisite: 3.0 univeristy credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-2040Y, ERST-2040Y, GEOG-2040Y
INDG-2041H Canada: the Land (ICR) An interdisciplinary enquiry into the function and idea of the land in Canadian traditions. Themes may include Aboriginal rights, settlement, sources of land law, post-colonialism, regionalism, urban/rural conflict over natural resource extraction and waste disposal, sustainability, environmental racism, energy, climate change, and representations of land and landscape in literature and the visual arts. Prerequisite: 3.0 university credits. Students may take only one of CAST-ERST-GEOG-INDG 2040Y or 2041H for credit.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-2041H, ERST-2041H, GEOG-2041H
INDG-2042H Canada: the Land II (ICR) In an age of economic dysfunction, social injustice, climate change, and myriad other impasses, this course investigates modes of knowing 'the land' in Canadian society that includes understandings that balance the pragmatic, objective, rational, and technological in relation to contemplative, creative, and emotional facets of human being. Prerequisite: 3.0 university credits. Excludes CAST-ERST-GEOG-INDG 2040Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-2042H, ERST-2042H, GEOG-2042H
INDG-2100Y Intro to Indigenous Knowledge (ICR) Examines the rich and complex nature of Indigenous knowledge (IK). It addresses the various components of IK through both written text and oral tradition. The course proceeds from the foundational assumption that IK is held and transmitted primarily by Elders, traditional people, and other knowledge holders. Recommended prerequisite: INDG 1001H (or 1000Y).
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2110Y Introduction to Indigenous Theatre (ICR) Performance cultures are expressed in the theory and practice of Indigenous artists. Traditional and contemporary oratory, storytelling, language, movement and music, individual and group expression-physical, emotional, vocal, and intellectual experiences-are enhanced through sensory exercises, improvisation, and text. Professionals translate cultural concepts to Indigenous and European methodologies. Open to first-year students.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2250Y Oral Mohawk (ICR) An introduction to Mohawk designed for students with little or no knowledge of the language. This is a conversational course, emphasizing the use and understanding of Mohawk through the learning of the basic vocabulary and sentence patterns in class and in language laboratory. Students judged by the instructor to be fluent in Mohawk may not receive credit for this course. Open to first-year students. Excludes INDG 1050Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2306H Foundations for Indigenous History (ICR) Explores Indigenous histories and grounding history in lands, knowledges, languages, and genders. Examines methodologies such as oral narratives, orality, and land-based research along with methods for gathering knowledge related to Indigenous histories. Explores scholarly positionality as historians, research ethics, and the various formats being used to articulate Indigenous histories. Recommended prerequisite: INDG 1001H. Excludes INDG 2305Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
HIST-2306H
INDG-2307H Colonial Encounters (ICR) Explores the multifaceted encounters that resulted from European colonialism. The focus of the course is on the lives and experiences of Indigenous peoples in Africa, Asia, the Americas, and the Pacific basin to develop a comprehensive understanding of colonialism and resistance on a global scale. Prerequisite: INDG 2306H. Excludes INDG-HIST 2305Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
HIST-2307H
INDG-2485H Indigenous Women's Creative Non-Fiction (ICR) Focuses on creative non-fiction by Indigenous women, including autobiography, life-writing, memoir, mixedgenre essays, and family/community stories revisiting the oral tradition. Emphasizes work published in Canada; includes some "border-crossing" work published in the United States. Excludes CAST-INDGWMST 3480Y. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits including one of CAST 1101H, INDG 1001H, or WMST 1001H.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-2485H, WMST-2485H
INDG-2601Y Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Environ (ICR) Explores Indigenous worldviews, environmental philosophies, and cultural values through exposure to the perspectives of Indigenous Elders, community people, political leaders, academics, activists, and scholars. Students are introduced to Indigenous knowledge as it pertains to the natural environment. Prerequisite: 4 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
ERST-2601Y, IESS-2601Y
INDG-2800Y Intro to Nishnaabemowin (ICR) A beginner's course for students with little or no knowledge of the language, emphasizing the use and understanding of Nishnaabemowin through the learning of the basic vocabulary and sentence patterns in class and in the language laboratory. Open to firstyear students.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2800Y Intro to Nishnaabemowin (ICR) A beginner's course for students with little or no knowledge of the language, emphasizing the use and understanding of Nishnaabemowin through the learning of the basic vocabulary and sentence patterns in class and in the language laboratory. Open to firstyear students.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
POST-2001H Indigenous Peoples &state Relationships (ICR) Examines the nature of Indigenous relationships with Canada and the impact those relationships have had upon Indigenous peoples and communities. The course engages with different understandings of self-government and sovereignty. Prerequisite: 0.5 INDG, CAST, or POST credit. Excludes INDG-POST 2000Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2001H, CAST-2001H
POST-2002H Indigenous Peoples and Resurgence (ICR) Examines the nature of Indigenous resurgence and contemporary struggles within the state. By understanding the different ways in which Indigenous peoples are reclaiming and revisioning their current relationships, students become aware of the impact Indigenous resurgence is having on Indigenous communities. Prerequisite: 0.5 INDG, CAST, or POST credit. Excludes INDG-POST 2000Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-2002H, CAST-2002H
WMST-2485H Indigenous Women's Creative Non-Fiction (ICR) Focuses on creative non-fiction by Indigenous women, including autobiography, life-writing, memoir, mixedgenre essays, and family/community stories revisiting the oral tradition. Emphasizes work published in Canada; includes some "border-crossing" work published in the United States. Excludes CAST-INDGWMST 3480Y. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits including one of CAST 1101H, INDG 1001H, or WMST 1001H.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-2485H, INDG-2485H
Course Code Description Cross Listed With
CAST-3481H Studies in Indigenous Fiction (ICR) Considers the expectations and functions of narrative, and examines the ways in which the fictions of Indigenous authors draw on, extend, and defy white European literary traditions, and incorporate narrative methods of their own traditions. Fictions by authors in both Canada and the United States will be included. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
ENGL-3481H, INDG-3481H
CAST-3481H Studies in Indigenous Fiction (ICR) Considers the expectations and functions of narrative, and examines the ways in which the fictions of Indigenous authors draw on, extend, and defy white European literary traditions, and incorporate narrative methods of their own traditions. Fictions by authors in both Canada and the United States will be included. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
ENGL-3481H, INDG-3481H
CAST-3483H Indigenous Poetry (ICR) Considers the range of contemporary poetry by Indigenous authors from Canada and the United States, and the poems' relations to traditional language forms and to literary traditions and genres. It begins with a brief study of "orature" and songs, and includes a discussion of one nineteenth-century exemplar. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
ENGL-3483H, INDG-3483H
ENGL-3481H Studies in Indigenous Fiction (ICR) Considers the expectations and functions of narrative, and examines the ways in which the fictions of Indigenous authors draw on, extend, and defy white European literary traditions, and incorporate narrative methods of their own traditions. Fictions by authors in both Canada and the United States will be included. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-3481H, CAST-3481H
ENGL-3481H Studies in Indigenous Fiction (ICR) Considers the expectations and functions of narrative, and examines the ways in which the fictions of Indigenous authors draw on, extend, and defy white European literary traditions, and incorporate narrative methods of their own traditions. Fictions by authors in both Canada and the United States will be included. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-3481H, CAST-3481H
ENGL-3483H Indigenous Poetry (ICR) Considers the range of contemporary poetry by Indigenous authors from Canada and the United States, and the poems' relations to traditional language forms and to literary traditions and genres. It begins with a brief study of "orature" and songs, and includes a discussion of one nineteenth-century exemplar. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
CAST-3483H, INDG-3483H
IDST-3050Y Indigenous & International Comm Develop (ICR) A study of various approaches to building sustainable Indigenous communities in Canada and internationally. Examines current initiatives related to protecting Indigenous territories, community economic development, gender, community wellness, and the arts. Examines ideological, political, economic, ecological, and social forces affecting Indigenous sovereignty and community control. Prerequisite: INDG 1001H (or 1000Y) or both IDST 1001H and 1002H (or 1000Y) or permission of instructor.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-3050Y
INDG-3050Y Indigenous & International Comm Develop (ICR) A study of various approaches to building sustainable Indigenous communities in Canada and internationally. Examines current initiatives related to protecting Indigenous territories, community economic development, gender, community wellness, and the arts. Examines ideological, political, economic, ecological, and social forces affecting Indigenous sovereignty and community control. Prerequisite: INDG 1001H (or 1000Y) or both IDST 1001H and 1002H (or 1000Y) or permission of instructor.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
IDST-3050Y
INDG-3401H Law & Indigenous Peoples: Fdn (ICR) An introduction to the fundamental precepts, from both a philosophical and practical perspective, that form the foundation of Aboriginal law in Canada. The course content is taught with a balance of experiential learning exercises. Prerequisite: INDG 1001H (or 1000Y). Excludes INDG 3400Y.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
INDG-3481H Studies in Indigenous Fiction (ICR) Considers the expectations and functions of narrative, and examines the ways in which the fictions of Indigenous authors draw on, extend, and defy white European literary traditions, and incorporate narrative methods of their own traditions. Fictions by authors in both Canada and the United States will be included. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
ENGL-3481H, CAST-3481H
INDG-3481H Studies in Indigenous Fiction (ICR) Considers the expectations and functions of narrative, and examines the ways in which the fictions of Indigenous authors draw on, extend, and defy white European literary traditions, and incorporate narrative methods of their own traditions. Fictions by authors in both Canada and the United States will be included. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
ENGL-3481H, CAST-3481H
INDG-3483H Indigenous Poetry (ICR) Considers the range of contemporary poetry by Indigenous authors from Canada and the United States, and the poems' relations to traditional language forms and to literary traditions and genres. It begins with a brief study of "orature" and songs, and includes a discussion of one nineteenth-century exemplar. Prerequisite: 4.0 university credits.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
ENGL-3483H, CAST-3483H
SWRK-3004H Social Work and Indigenous Perspectives (ICR) Examines the history of colonialism, multigenerational trauma, anti-racist practice, strengths of Indigenous cultures, and relevant current and traditional healing modalities. Examines structural inequities including institutional, social, historic, and economic systems and bridges traditional Indigenous cultural teachings with evidenced-based research in order to provide culturally safe and appropriate care. Prerequisite: Admission to the BSW professional years.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
SWRK-3004H Social Work and Indigenous Perspectives (ICR) Examines the history of colonialism, multigenerational trauma, anti-racist practice, strengths of Indigenous cultures, and relevant current and traditional healing modalities. Examines structural inequities including institutional, social, historic, and economic systems and bridges traditional Indigenous cultural teachings with evidenced-based research in order to provide culturally safe and appropriate care. Prerequisite: Admission to the BSW professional years.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.
Course Code Description Cross Listed With
EDUC-4335H Indigenous and Environmental Education (ICR) Examines current issues and theories of Indigenous education, environmental and eco-justice pedagogies, and cultural and linguistic diversity as they pertain to the learning environment for K-12 classrooms. Students examine and critically assess these issues and theories as they develop personal philosophies related to their own teaching and learning. Prerequisite: Open only to students in year 2 of the BEd program.
This course meets the Indigenous Course Requirement.