POLC56H3 Indigenous Politics and Law

This course explores key historical and contemporary issues in indigenous politics. Focusing on the contemporary political and legal mobilization of Indigenous peoples, it will examine their pursuit of self-government, land claims and resource development, treaty negotiations indigenous rights, and reconciliation. A primary focus will be the role of Canada’s courts, its political institutions, and federal and provincial political leaders in affecting the capacity of indigenous communities to realize their goals.
Area of Focus: Canadian Government and Politics

Prerequisite: 

POLB50Y3 or equivalent

Exclusion: 

POL308H, ABS353H, ABS354H

Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences