Indigenous Studies (INDG) - Imagining Indigenous Futures

INDG 2506  Imagining Indigenous Futures


Any 18 credits completed, or permission of the instructor.


Three hours of lecture per week/36 hours per term




Students explore the ways Indigenous knowledge and sovereignty are being expressed in new cultural spaces and media genres with the goal of equipping future generations with the tools they need for sustaining Indigenous lifeways. In addition to interpreting stories about the future imaginary and examining Science Fiction themes such as outer space, time travel, and postapocalyptic and fantasy worlds, students learn about Indigenous perspectives on science, art, and spirituality through Seventh-Generational Thinking. This course may be credited towards English Studies, and Gender Equality and Social Justice.

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