Minor in Indigenous Studies - Indigenous Social Health and Environmental Issues INDG 3052   Indigenous Social Health and Environmental Issues
This course offers an interdisciplinary overview of contemporary social, health, and environmental issues impacting Canada's Indigenous Peoples. Topics will include an exploration of the human rights of Indigenous Peoples in Canada, social statistics, food security in northern communities, health and well-being in Indigenous communities, connection to place, impact of environmental degradation and land dispossession, Indigenous knowledge and the environment, politics and political activism, and the role of media.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: A previous course in Indigenous Studies is recommended, eg. INDG 2050.03, CANA 2050.03, HIST 2205.03, INDG 2052.03, CANA 2052.03 or SOSA 2052.03
CROSS-LISTING: SOSA 3052.03; CANA 3052.03