Along with instructing courses within First Nations and Indigenous Studies, our faculty members teach courses in their respective disciplinary backgrounds. FNIS instructors will be teaching the following courses during 2017W:
- POLI 316A – Global Indigenous Politics
- ENGL 231 – Introduction to Indigenous Literatures
- POLI 547B 001 – Topics in Political Theory
POLI 316A 001 (3) Global Indigenous Politics
The political dynamics of Indigenous peoples politics on the global level; the legal and practical realities of colonization as a global Indigenous experience; current global Indigenous political issues and avenues of Indigenous resistance.
Instructor: Lightfoot, Sheryl
ENGL 231 001 (3) Introduction to Indigenous Literatures
A study of cultural expression in contemporary Indigenous contexts.
Instructor: Nason, Dory
Pre-reqs: ((Pre-requisites must be met by the first day of classes or students will be withdrawn). One of (a) 6 credits of 100-level English; or, (b) WRDS 150 or ASTU 150 and 3 credits of 100-level English, or (c) 6 credits of ASTU 100 OR 3 credits of ASTU 100 and 3 credits of 100-level English; or, (d) ARTS 001.)
POLI 547B 001 (3) Topics in Political Theory
Pre-reqs: none (restricted to GRAD students)
Instructor: Coulthard, Glen