Introduction to Aboriginal Societies and Cultures (EAS1101)

Introduction to the global, cultural and religious diversity of Aboriginal Peoples and their geo-political situation. Aboriginal populations in Canada. Local Aboriginal Communities in Ontario and Quebec. (With participation of Elders and local communities)

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Taught by: Daniel Rück Added on: Dec 23, 2016
Knowledge Gainz Buy the Book Final is Tough

Awesome class with an engaging prof. Tons of intresting guest speakers and even a field trip to the national art gallary. Lectures are engaging with plenty of videos and relating material to current events.

I WOULD recommend this course to others.

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