Indigenous Studies Courses

Indigenous Studies Departmental Advising

For general information about the Indigenous Studies programs or for student advising please contact David Roseman at david.roseman [at]

The following courses are offered by the Indigenous Studies Minor program. Our goal is to support Indigenous knowledge sharing and prioritizing the experiences and research of Indigenous people. Course outlines are FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES only: official syllabi shall be posted at the end of August or at start of classes. 

FALL 2021

INDG 200: Introduction to Indigenous Studies (CRN 3891)
The focus is on Indigenous experience in Canada, but encourages comparative approaches. Introduction to the social, political, economic and cultural dimensions of Indigenous life in Canada.
Taught by Professor Yann Allard-Tremblay

See 2020 Syllabus: PDF icon INDG.200.Syllabus.2020

INDG 301: Contemporary Indigenous Resistance Movements (CRN 7705)
Using Indigenous world-views as well as land-based knowledge, hands on experiences, readings and guest lectures, this course provides students with an in-depth look at contemporary Indigenous resistance movements.
Instructor: Gabrielle Doreen, Faculty Lecturer

INDG 420: Indigenous Food Sovereignty (CRN 9453)
Instructor: Gabrielle Doreen, Faculty Lecturer


INDG 400: Seminar in Indigenous Studies
Topic and instructor TBA

INDG 401: Interdiscplinary Seminar in Indigenous Studies (CRN 3191)
Topic tba
Instructor: Professor Denise Noelani Manuela Arista

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