Indigenous Peoples in Global Context
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

A selective introduction to the nations, cultures, and histories of Indigenous peoples today. Students learn about the ongoing struggles of Indigenous peoples and the contemporary relevance of Indigeneity in a globalizing world, engaging with important concepts, including settler colonialism, extractive capitalism, territorialisation, and environmentalism. The course also discusses the ways in which Indigenous communities respond, resist, and adapt to the forces around them. (Cross-listed as AN355 and RE355.)

Additional Course Information
AN355, GS340h, RE355.