Created by:  University of Alberta

  • Dr. Tracy Bear

    Taught by:  Dr. Tracy Bear, Assistant Professor

    Faculty of Native Studies & Dept. of Women's and Gender Studies

  • Dr. Paul Gareau

    Taught by:  Dr. Paul Gareau, Assistant Professor

    Faculty of Native Studies
Commitment12 weeks, 3-5 hours a week.
Language
English
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4.8 stars
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 120 ratings

A great introductory course. I learned a lot and will be recommending it to family and friends. Looking forward to going further and deeper into the material. Thank you.

Extremely well-presented and thought-provoking course that I found brought light to a lot of colonization processes that had many experiences in common with Māori in New Zealand. Every Canadian should engage with this course! As a scientist and science teacher, I found the commentary on gender-driven science particularly interesting. I will incorporate some of the indigenous views on gender and genderful people into a study topic for Year 10 students genetics (14 year-olds).

I am an Aboriginal educator and I learned a lot. Loved this course.

This course was an opportunity for me to re-learn the history of Canada. It gave me insight and understanding into past and present concerns, as well as an elevated appreciation of the Indigenous culture and resilience.