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History of Indigenous Peoples’ Sovereignty

An examination of North America Indigenous People’s political and economic history in the pre-contact, early contact, and colonial eras within a post-colonial context. Topics will include: self-determination, resource management, land claims, and economic development. Three hours (lectures and seminars); one term


Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): II Term(s): Fall Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Three hours (lectures and seminars); one term Prerequisite: INDIG ST 1A03, INDIG ST 1AA3 or RECONCIL 1A03; or permission of the instructor
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