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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.
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|FNIS 453 101||Seminar||2||Tue||13:00||16:00||
Course title: Indigenous Legal Traditions (formerly, Indigenous Law and the Settler State). This course will explore the relationships between Indigenous law, state law, and policy. This section is intended for undergraduate students only. If you're a graduate student, please visit: http://fnis.arts.ubc.ca/graduate-courses/ regarding registration process. NOTE: You can only receive credits for FNSP 401G, FNIS 401G, or FNIS 453. All available restricted seats will be released at 9am, Friday, July 7. If the course is blocked, it means that it is full with a waitlist. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waitlist.