Introduces Indigenous feminisms as a theoretical lens, political position and social orientation employed by Indigenous peoples to resist and transform colonization and intersectional oppressions in Turtle Island. Issues, debates, positionalities are presented from transnational perspectives (i.e., Indigenous nations and nation-states). Content reveals how indigenous feminisms are for everybody, however Indigenous womyn's thought about Indigenous womyn's lives is emphasized.
- Credit will be granted for only one of GNDR 310, 219 (if taken in the same topic).
- Minimum second-year standing; or
- permission of the department.