Designed to transform thinking through communication and collaboration, this course explores Indigenous perspectives across the past and present on topics such as identity, the environment, knowledge acquisition and renewed political relationships.
Royal Roads University is offering a new course that is sure to critically introduce students to Indigenous ways of knowing within the contexts of colonialism and contemporary challenges. INDS515, starting in March 2018, explores Indigenous perspectives on identity, the environment, knowledge acquisition, and renewed political relationships.
This graduate version of INDS 400 Global Perspectives on Indigenous Ways of Knowing requires students to demonstrate graduate-level skills in reading, writing, and critical analysis and to apply these skills in a research review paper. Take a look, find a new perspective here.