SOCI2008Sociological Approaches for Understanding Indigenous Experiences3 ch (3C) (W)
This course provides students with a sociological perspective on Indigenous Peoples' relationship with the colonization/decolonization process in Canada. Topics may include racism/anti-racism, indigenous and treaty rights, indigenous-settler alliances, constitutional issues, the findings and recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, etc. Through lectures and discussions, students will gain a better understanding of how Indigenous-settler relations have shaped the structure of Canadian and Indigenous societies.

Prerequisites: SOCI 1001 or equivalent with a grade of C or better.