CONFRONTING COLONIALISM: LAND, LITERACIES AND LEARNING
This course explores the changing meaning of literacy and learning between 1600 and 1850 as Indigenous peoples confronted the arrival and imposition of European epistemologies and institutions. Key concepts developed during this course relate to settler colonialism, indigeneity, schooling and literacy.
Prerequisite(s): 2.0 courses in History at the 2200 level or above or permission of the department.
Extra Information: 3 hours.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: HISTORY
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