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Indigenous Futurisms and Wonderworks

Through a focus on Indigenous articulated realities and futures, this course refuses colonial narratives of the "disappearing Indian" and insists upon Indigenous presence in past, present, and future as essential for envisioning a human future. Genres of study will include fiction, graphic novels, film, non-fiction, performance, and wonderworks.


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

Kailtin Debicki

Post-Doctoral Fellow | English and Cultural Studies

Prerequisites(s): INDIGST 1A03; 1AA3 OR RECONCIL 1A03 or permission of the Instructor; or three units of Level I English and Cultural Studies