Critical Indigenous Studies

Fall 2019
Native Pathways - Olympia
Class Size: 25
Credits per quarter

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This course will explore, through a critical Indigenous lens, how a sense of place and inherited context reflect health disparities and provide opportunities to examine and participate in diplomacy, protocol, kinship and trade. Students will explore and examine the importance of culture to address health inequalities, and use research to utilize different ways of knowing to create a collaborative Promising Practices video for a student legacy series.

The course is an inclusive learning environment and open to all levels of students. This is a course for students interested in indigenous studies from a holistic educational foundation.

Registration Note: NPP students use CRN 10271, All other students use CRN 10272

This offering will prepare you for careers and advanced study in:

Critical Indigenous Studies I and/or Critical Indigenous Studies II (winter 2020) must be completed to register for Critical Indigenous Studies III (spring 2020). 

Class Standing: Freshman–Senior
Class Size: 25

Scheduled for: Evening

Located in: Native Pathways - Olympia

2019-05-22Description Updated

Spring 2020: Contact faculty or check offering in Canvas for first class meeting date and time.