INDG 450: Land-Based Education

Published: 8 April 2019

Indigenous Studies is once again running our summer field course, INDG 450, from July 8th until August 5th. This course focuses on Rotinonhsonni land-based pedagogies, Ohén:ton Karihwátehkwen (words before all else) as well as stories to engage in various topics of Indigenous Studies. Land-based practices, guest speakers, trips around the city and in community, will be used to engage student in the learning process. The class is taught by Gabrielle Iakotennikonhrare Doreen, the faculty lecturer in Indigenous Studies, who has a master's in land-based education from the University of Saskatchewan. USask is one of the leaders in this emerging field.

Registration is now open on Minerva. For more information email indigenous.studies [at]

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