Indigenous Environmental Justice (IEJ) explores ways in which Indigenous peoples occupy a unique position in terms of historical, political and legal context, and that this requires specific recognition of their goals and aspirations. This course introduces students to the IEJ paradigms that are informed by Indigenous intellectual traditions, knowledge systems, governance, and laws.
Prerequisite: Fourth-year standing or by permission of the Instructor. Students with Third-year standing may have access subject to space availability and approval from the Faculty.
Programs: Environmental Arts & Justice