WGS347H5 • Indigenous Feminisms and Decolonization


This course explores themes related to Indigenous feminist scholarship and activism in North America. The course centres on how Indigenous women engage in decolonial practices as a response to histories of colonialism and genocide. Themes include status and tribal nations; oral history and narrative; violence and resistance, knowledge construction and pedagogy, community, self-governance and freedom.

Distribution Requirement
Total Instructional Hours
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies