Indigenous People and Anthropology
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

The popular image of Indigenous people has been shaped by anthropology and the wider academy. This course will explore the interaction between Indigenous peoples and anthropology and archaeology. The course offers a brief history of anthropology, followed by examination of such topics as indigeneity, Indigenous knowledge, cultural and intellectual property, museums, archaeology and repatriation, biological research, applied anthropology, ethics in anthropology, and community-based research. The value of anthropology to Indigenous people will be debated and discussed. (Cross-listed as SOJE205.)

Additional Course Information
ID120/SOJE120 and registration status: senior student.
CT205, SOJE205.