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Second Term: Jan - Apr 2020
Nov 21, 2019
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CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Indigenous Peoples, Anthropology, and the Law in Settler Societies - 20129 - ANTH 393 - A02
NOTE: ANTH 393 A02: Prerequisite is ANTH 200 or by permission of department This course will focus on legal and political representations of Indigenous peoples in former British colonies, and selected Indigenous responses to them. In the twentieth century, anthropologists played leading and significant roles in Indigenous rights litigation in a number of common-law jurisdictions (specifically, for the purposes of this course, in Africa, as well as the United States, Australia, and Canada), both as participants in the process and commentators on the outcomes. Students will have the opportunity to think critically and historically about anthropology, its engagement with the colonial enterprise, and its Indigenous interlocutors, while at the same time introducing key themes in common-law Indigenous rights jurisprudence.
Associated Term: Second Term: Jan - Apr 2020
Registration Dates: Jun 17, 2019 to Jan 22, 2020
Levels: Graduate, Law, Undergraduate
Attributes: Undergrad Course - 1.5 units

Main Campus
Lecture Topic Schedule Type
Face to Face Instructional Method
1.500 Credits
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Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Every Week 10:00 am - 11:20 am MR Clearihue Building A205 Jan 06, 2020 - Apr 03, 2020 Lecture Topic Robert Lorne Alexander Hancock (P)E-mail


CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Politics of Food and Hunger - 20130 - ANTH 393 - A03
Pre-requisites: ANTH200 or permission of the department This course is intended to provide the opportunity to overview some of the political, economic, ecological and social aspects of contemporary food production, distribution and consumption. Its main focus is contemporary issues of food and inequality, with emphasis on food and hunger, industrialization, globalization, food and gender/race/class, and alternative food movements. The course will survey and dissect strategies and debates concerning inequalities produced and sustained through contemporary systems of food production, distribution, and consumption. In addition, the course will engage a critical examination of food-related social movements and various approaches to enhance food security and food sovereignty. The course aims to provide both academic analysis and awareness of local and global activisms. The organizing question of the course will be how food production, distribution, and consumption can be organized in ways that are socially and ecologically responsible.
Associated Term: Second Term: Jan - Apr 2020
Registration Dates: Jun 17, 2019 to Jan 22, 2020
Levels: Graduate, Law, Undergraduate
Attributes: Undergrad Course - 1.5 units

Main Campus
Lecture Topic Schedule Type
Face to Face Instructional Method
1.500 Credits
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Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Every Week 4:30 pm - 5:50 pm MW Clearihue Building A205 Jan 06, 2020 - Apr 03, 2020 Lecture Topic Margo L. Matwychuk (P)E-mail


CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Applied Indigenous ways of knowing - 20131 - ANTH 393 - A04
This course will explore Indigenous ontology, epistemology, and pedagogy through an experiential process of learning. Students will be introduced to the history and impacts of colonization on Indigenous peoples in Canada. Students will learn about the continuation and revitalization Indigenous ways of knowing, being and doing. Students will come to understand how Indigenous ways of knowing, being, and doing are influencing and enhancing current academia.
Associated Term: Second Term: Jan - Apr 2020
Registration Dates: Jun 17, 2019 to Jan 22, 2020
Levels: Graduate, Law, Undergraduate
Attributes: Undergrad Course - 1.5 units

Main Campus
Lecture Topic Schedule Type
Face to Face Instructional Method
1.500 Credits
View Catalog Entry

Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Every Week 10:00 am - 11:20 am MR Elliott Building 160 Jan 06, 2020 - Apr 03, 2020 Lecture Topic Tommy G. C. Happynook (P)E-mail



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