Social Welfare and Social Development (SWLF) - Colonialism in First Nations' Communities

SWLF 3406  Colonialism in First Nations' Communities


Any 24 credits completed.


SWLF 3405, NATI 3405, NATI 3406, and INDG 3406


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




This course examines colonialism in First Nations' communities from contact with Europeans to the 1960s. Topics covered may include early patterns of treaty making, the imposition of a colonial relationship, measures of control and assimilation, the Indian Act, residential schools, relocation of Aboriginal communities, and the 1969 White Paper.  This course is also offered as INDG 3406.

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