Classes are to begin on September 14th and will run through till March23rd 2014. Dr. Emily Faries of the department of Indigenous Studies - University of Sudbury, will be offering the following courses: Foundations of Aboriginal Peoplehood: Cultural and historical foundations such as worldview, culture and nation, and a study of models of peoplehood (INDG 1116); and Implications of Aboriginal Peoplehood: Examine the relations between Aboriginal people and non-Aboriginal society and governments, as well as among divers Aboriginal groups such as Indians, Metis and various tribes (INDG 1117). A third course: Native women: Perspectives and Issues (INDG 2216) will be offered by correspondence during the Winter 2014 semester.
|Chief Norm Hardisty Jr.
Moose Cree First Nation
Deputy Grand Chief of Mushkegowuk Council
|(Left) Leo Friday, DGC and Dr. Pierre Zundel, President of the University of Sudbury (Right)||(Left) Leo Friday, DGC and Dr. Pierre Zundel, President of the University of Sudbury (Right), signing the agreement|
|(Left) Moose Cree Elder Geraldine Govender, and Irene Tomatuk - Director of Omushkego Education (Right)||Dr. Emily Faries
Professor at the University of Sudbury