SOC339H5 • The Indian Act: Canadian Law, Sovereignty and Indigenous Womxn

Description

In discussions about Indigenous Peoples and law, the Indian Act is one of the most cited pieces of Canadian legislation. From explaining the history of residential schooling to violence against Indigenous womxn, critical and Indigenous scholars turn to the Indian Act as a key source and problem space. We will center the work of Indigenous feminist scholarship to understand why scholars argue that the act is still both required and a site of contestation, violence, and genocide, and how we are each affected by its governance.

Prerequisites
1.0 SSC credit
Distribution Requirement
Social Science
Total Instructional Hours
24L
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Sociology