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Colonialism and Resistance in Representations of Indigenous Womanhood

This course looks to representations of Indigenous womanhood in a range of contemporary and historical cultural productions for insights into how colonialism shapes all of our lives, in radically different ways. 3 hours; seminar: one term

INDIG ST 4RI3

Colonialism and Resistance in Representations of Indigenous Womanhood

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): IV Term(s): Winter, Fall Offered?: No Language?: No

This course looks to representations of Indigenous womanhood in a range of contemporary and historical cultural productions for insights into how colonialism shapes all of our lives, in radically different ways. 3 hours; seminar: one term


Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level IV of an Honours program in English, Cultural Studies and Critical Theory, Indigenous Studies, or permission of the Department. Cross-list(s): CSCT 4RI3, ENGLISH 4RI3