WGS390H1: Land-ing: Indigenous and Black Futurist Spaces


Students are invited to think through the relationships between Indigenous and Afro-futurist concepts of land. This class will engage Indigenous feminist and Black queer and feminist theories of land and space, linking them to Afrofuturist and Indigenous futurist thought. We explore various texts in relation to emergent methodologies, decolonial desires, and love and radical relationalities.

Completion of 4.0 credits
WGS335H1 (Special Topic in Women and Gender Studies: Indigenous Feminist Theory), offered in Fall 2015, WGS335H1 (Special Topic in Women and Gender Studies: Decolonial Aesthetics and Futurities), offered in Winter 2018, Winter 2019 and Winter 2020
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)