Indigenous Women: Persspectives and Issues
This course is concerned with the experiences of Indigenous women in Canada from pre-contact times until the current era. Views of women that have predominated in different eras, as manifested in Indigenous mythology, by the structures of Indigenous societies, and in the historical record and government policies, are related to the challenges that have emerged and continue to confront Indigenous women. Indigenous women's responses to these issues are also examined. PREREQ: 18 university credits. (lec 3) cr 3. Students may not retain credit for both INDG 2216 and NATI 2216.