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Indigenous Peoples and Conflict

A review of conflict and peaceful coexistence between indigenous peoples and settler societies around the world, including the examination of (1) differences among the world’s indigenous peoples in their cultures, political economic situations, and in their relationships with colonizing settler societies and (2) efforts to transcend “contemporary colonialism” and “post-modern imperialism” to establish indigenously defined cultural, social, and political orders.

Faculty of Human Sciences >> Conflict Studies

Minimize schedule Course schedule for the session: Fall 2021
Section Schedule Day Location Professor
Lecture
ECS 2126 WS00
The course is broadcast live only (synchronous mode) at the predetermined day and time. The student must be present online at the predetermined day and time.
Course offered in English
September 08 - December 08 Tuesday 13:30 - 16:30 Online Anny Morissette