Reading Seminar on Indigenous North America
1.0 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

This comparative seminar examines the post-contact experiences of Indigenous peoples in North America (including "Indians", Métis, Mestizos and Inuit) to better understand historical, Indigenous identities under colonialism. Selected topics may include: contact experiences; epidemics and Indigenous health; trade and work; social change; encounters with Christianity; violence; evolution of governmental policies towards Indigenous peoples; pan-Indigeneity; activism and cultural reclamation; and Indigenous and non-Indigenous interpretations of the past.{C}

Additional Course Information
HI476* taken prior to May 1, 2010.
1.0 credit, one-term historiographical course.