INS322H1: Indigenous Narratives of Empowerment


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.

8.0 credits including INS201Y1, plus 1.0 additional INS credit
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)