This course will examine worldview, including the philosophy and history (oral and written, Wampum Belts, Birch-Bark Scrolls, etc.). The student will be engaged in discussion and exploration of the concept of inherent right -- its meaning and significance - as well as the connection between land and (i) the Anishinaabe Peoples, (ii) Nationhood and (iii) sovereignty.
Ayzhi dibawji moyawn (Anishinaabe Peoples & Our Homelands)
|Course Code||ANIS 1006||Credits||3||Year||1st|
|Degree||Anishinaabe Studies - Bachelor of Arts - 3 years (pending)|