Indigenous Learning Spring Course: Settler Colonialism

Event Date: 
Monday, May 3, 2021 - 11:30am EDT to Tuesday, July 27, 2021 - 2:30pm EDT
Event Location: 
Online (Zoom course)
Event Fee: 
Please contact Student Central for course fee:

The Department of Indigenous Learning is planning to offer a spring course!

INDI-4301/SOCJ-5020: Settler Colonialism 
(Zoom course)
May 3, 2021-July 27, 2021
Instructor: Dr. Travis Hay

This course offers a regional interrogation of settlercolonialism (and its resistance) in northern Ontario.The first half of the course offers a historical critiqueof the rise of colonial economies and governancesystems on the northern shore of the Great Lake. Inthe second half of the course, students will survey aseries of resistance movements led by Anishinabepeoples that includes but is not limited to: blockades,occupations of land, memory walks, communitypatrol groups, hunger strikes and other grassrootsagitations for justice in Anishinabe territory.

You can view the Pdf poster here.

For course information, please contact the Department of Indigenous Learning Administrative Assistant: ​