Critical Indigenous Theory
Introduces students to central theoretical concepts in the field of Indigenous Studies from a variety of Indigenous perspectives. Important disciplinary questions will be explored, including colonialism, whiteness, sexuality and gender, sovereignty, self-determination, recognition, reconciliation, decolonization and resurgence. Focuses on Indigenous-centered philosophies and theories that are culturally innovative, relevant and transformative.
- One of IS 101, IS 200, IS 200A, IS 200B, IS 201; and
- minimum second-year standing, or
- permission of the program.