INS322H1: Indigenous Narratives of Empowerment

Hours

24L

This course explores Indigenous decolonization and empowerment by analysing comparatively theoretical and literary debates that focus on issues of sovereignty, gender, grass-roots activism, and anti-racism. It analyses several emerging paradigm approaches to this set of debates including intersectional critical-race theory, Indigenous feminisms, and decolonization practices in theoretical and literary texts.

Prerequisite
8.0 credits including INS201Y1, plus 1.0 additional INS credit
Exclusion
Distribution Requirements
Humanities
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)
Mode of Delivery
In Class