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AUIND101 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Course Page

Description: An introduction to the discipline of Indigenous Studies covering indigenous methodologies and theory through the lens of contemporary issues affecting Aboriginal peoples in Canada and attempts to rectify these issues. Note: Credit may be obtained for only one of AUIND 101 and AUIND 201.

AUIND201 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Course Page

Description: An introduction to the discipline of Indigenous Studies covering indigenous methodologies and theory through the lens of contemporary issues affecting Aboriginal peoples in Canada and attempts to rectify these issues. Note: Credit may be obtained for only one of AUIND 101 and AUIND 201.

AUIND300 Selected Topics in Indigenous Studies Course Page

Description: Selected topics in Indigenous Studies. Topics will vary from year to year depending on instructor and student interest. Prerequisites: Varies according to topic.

AUIND370 Oral History Course Page

Description: A seminar examining the oral history and tradition as systems of knowledge that preserve and pass on knowledge about people, cultures and history. It focuses on historic and contemporary approaches to oral history and traditions, including its use as traditional ecological knowledge (TEK). Students will be taught best practices for conducting research in oral history and tradition, including how to conduct community based research. Credit may be obtained for only one of AUIND 370 and 470.

AUIND400 Selected Topics in Indigenous Studies Course Page

Description: Selected topics in Indigenous Studies. Topics will vary from year to year depending on instructor and student interest. Prerequisites: Varies according to topic.

AUIND470 Oral History Course Page

Description: A seminar examining the oral history and tradition as systems of knowledge that preserve and pass on knowledge about people, cultures and history. It focuses on historic and contemporary approaches to oral history and traditions, including its use as traditional ecological knowledge (TEK). Students will be taught best practices for conducting research in oral history and tradition, including how to conduct community based research. Credit may be obtained for only one of AUIND 370 and 470.