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RECONCIL 1A03: Reconciling What? Indigenous Relations in Canada – McMaster Daily

by ahnationtalk on June 14, 2018120 Views

June 8, 2018

The Indigenous Studies Program is excited to announce a new course, “Reconciling What? Indigenous Relations in Canada” open to all members of the McMaster community, available in Winter 2019.

RECONCIL 1A03: Reconciling What? Indigenous Relations in Canada

3 unit(s)

An examination of sociopolitical and historical relations between Indigenous peoples and Canada in a post-1951 time period. We will study how colonialism, assimilation and social movements are situated in an era of reconciliation. Indigenous ways of knowing, the Indian Residential School system, Aboriginal policy, contemporary issues, and forms of resistance will be explored.

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