Introduces students to the geography of Indigenous-Crown-Land relations in Canada. Beginning with pre-European contact and the historic Nation-to-Nation relationship, the course will survey major research inquiries from the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. Students will learn how ongoing land and treaty violations impact Indigenous peoples, settler society, and the land in Canada.
Area of Focus: Environmental Geography
Same as ESTB02H3
4.0 credits, including at least 0.5 credit in ANT, CIT, GGR, HLT, IDS, POL or SOC