Indigenous historians ask critical questions about how we understand the modern world. With a focus on Indigenous peoples' scholarship, activism, and art this paper introduces central concerns in global Indigenous history over the past century. Students will explore histories of sovereignty, land and water protection, decolonial activism, and artistic movements, focusing on the connections between Indigenous peoples' in Aotearoa, the Pacific, Australia, and the Americas, as well as Africa, Asia, and Northern Europe. Central themes include: solidarity and resistance; defiance and self-determination; and resurgence and Indigenous futures.
|Internal assessment / examination:||100:0|
Trimesters and Locations
|Occurrence Code||When taught||Where taught|
|23B (HAM)||B Trimester : 10 Jul 2023 - 5 Nov 2023||Hamilton|
Timetabled Lectures for Global Indigenous History (HISTY117)
|Tue||11:00 AM||12:00 PM||S.1.02||Jul 10 - Oct 15|
|Thu||9:00 AM||10:00 AM||S.1.02||Jul 10 - Oct 15|
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