Faculty of Arts

Indigenous Studies (interdisciplinary)

The courses below form a partial list of approved courses for the Indigenous Studies Minor. Other courses may be eligible for credit – please consult with the Indigenous Studies Program Coordinator or the BA Advising Centre. Please note that not all courses below are offered every year, and some courses may have prerequisites.

Anthropology

ANTH 2273 Who Owns the Past?

ANTH 2311 Ethnology: Melanesia

ANTH 2316 Native Peoples of Canada

ANTH 3371 Prehistory of Canada

ANTH 3379 The Archaeology of Acadia

ANTH 3396 Language Issues in Canada [LING 3396] 

Atlantic Canada Studies

ACST 1207 Mi’kmaq Language - Introductory I

ACST 1208 Mi`Kmaq Language – Introductory II

ACST 2341 Atlantic Provinces History, to Confederation [HIST 2341]

ACST 3345 First Nations of the Atlantic Region

ACST 4543 Indigenous Peoples in Atlantic Canada: Contemporary Issues

 

English

ENGL 2461 Mi’kmaq Storytelling and Literature

ENGL 3521 North American Indigenous Literature: United States

ENGL 3522 North American Indigenous Literature: Canada

ENGL 4465 Indigenous Literature Seminar

ENGL 4466 Representations of Indigenous Womanhood

 

History

HIST 2341 Atlantic Provinces History, to Confederation

HIST 3475 Indigenous and Settler Histories

 

Religious Studies

RELS 3354 Aboriginal Peoples, Religion, and the Justice System

 

Sociology

SOCI 3220 Race, Racism and Colonialism [CRIM 3220]

SOCI 4570 Indigenous Politics and Settler Colonialism