Indigeneity, Gender and Land
Illuminates the dynamic and shifting relationships that Indigenous peoples have with their lands and territories. These relationships are examined through a gendered lens in historically and regionally varied Indigenous-settler colonial contexts. From their own positionalities, students will engage in reflections, articulations and embodiment of their own relationships with land while critically considering what this means for the Indigenous peoples, lands and territories in which we live.
- Minimum second-year standing; or
- permission of the department.