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Indigenous Peoples and the International Society

This course examines the exclusion and colonization of Indigenous peoples from the International society from historical, political, philosophical, legal, and sociological perspectives. It also looks at the development of international law to include Indigenous peoples within the global society, particularly through the emergence of Indigenous social movements. PREREQ: completion of 60 University credits. (lec 3) cr 3. Crosslisted with POLI 4256 and SOCI 4256. Students may not retain credit for both INDG 4256 and either POLI 4256 or SOCI 4256.

SOCI-4256EL
Sociology (2005)
3.00
UG