Ayzhi dibawji moyawn (Anishinaabe Peoples & Our Homelands II)

This course will explore the Anishinaabe world beginning at the time of contact (in 1492) and the impact on Anishinaabe peoples, in terms of population, disease (epidemic/pandemic), colonialism and oppression. The course provides students with an introduction to the Treaty process (Pontiac and Royal Proclamation, 1763) and the impacts on Anishinaabe nations from an economic, social and territorial perspective.

Course Details
Course Code ANIS 1007 Credits 3 Year 1st
Degree Anishinaabe Studies - Bachelor of Arts - 3 years (pending)