Indigenous Studies (INDG) - Indigenous Graphic Novels and Teachings

INDG 2416  Indigenous Graphic Novels and Teachings


Any 9 credits completed, or permission of the instructor.


ENGL 2416




Students study contemporary Indigenous graphic novels and stories. They explore the ways graphic storytelling makes visible Indigenous relationality with our human and non-human kin, and they grapple with the ways stories challenge and reimagine settler-colonial histories by focusing on Indigenous identity and sovereignty. In order to engage with the representation of Indigenous cosmologies in graphic novels, students learn critical approaches to analyze the interplay of language and image. This course is also offered as ENGL 2416.

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