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FNIS 453 Indigenous Legal Traditions

Socio-historical, political and cultural context of Indigenous legal traditions and strategies for ethical engagement within state and Indigenous polities. Methods include oral history analysis, legal theory, literary/narrative studies, and philosophy from an Indigenous studies perspective.

This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

Credits: 3

Pre-reqs: One of FNIS 100, FNSP 200, FNIS 210, FNSP 210, FNIS 220, FNSP 220.

Status Section Activity Term Interval Days Start Time End Time Comments
RestrictedFNIS 453 101Seminar2 Tue13:0016:00

Credits will be granted for only one of FNSP 401G, FNSP 453 or FNIS 453. This section is intended for undergraduate students only. If you are a graduate student, please visit: regarding the registration process. All available restricted seats will be released at 9am, Monday, July 16. If the course is full, please contact the instructor to discuss your options.