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FNIS 310 Critical Indigenous Theory Seminar
Adapting and integrating current conceptual paradigms in the humanities, social sciences, performing arts, and Indigenous studies into approaches in First Nations/Indigenous Studies, including identity construction, political and cultural self-determination, representation, essentialism/authenticity, ethics, and decolonization. Credit will be granted for only one of FNIS 310 or FNSP 310.
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Credits will be granted for only one of FNIS 310 or FNSP 310. This section is intended for undergraduate students only. If you're a graduate student, please register directly in FNIS 533R: Graduate Theory and Methods Seminar. All available restricted seats will be released at 9am, Friday, July 7.