3.00 credits

(4,0,0) hrs

15 wks

Justice for Canadas Aboriginal peoples, given the devastating impact of colonialism upon their lives, is both a moral and political imperative. Through class activity, guest speakers, films, and readings, this course equips students to understand, appreciate, and take positions on the important political challenges of justice presented by colonialism and Aboriginal policy, Aboriginal political identity and nationalism, self-government, treaties, and court decisions on Aboriginal rights and title.

Course Notes

Students who receive credit for POL 208 cannot receive credit for POL 308.

Course Outlines