Learning Pathways - Indigenous Studies

Description

This pathway is focused on exploring and understanding Indigenous environmental regimes and systems of knowledge. Understanding Indigenous peoples' environmental knowledge aids academic study by resituating the human in ecological terms and the non-human in ethical terms. Both Western and Indigenous environmental studies share an interest in sustaining resilient landscapes and this pathway will aid students in exploring the best practices of both systems of thought toward reaching this common goal.

Faculty

Jay T Johnson, Geography and Indigenous Studies - Lead Faculty Member, Indigenous Studies
Byron Caminero-Santangelo, English
Dorothy Daley, Political Science
Joseph Brewer Indigenous Studies - video link
Kelly Kindscher, Environmental Studies
Joane Nagel, Sociology
Ray Pierotti, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

Resources

Suggested Courses

Typically Offered Every Year

Typically Offered Every Two Years

Typically Offered Less Than Every Two Years

Haskell Environmental Science Courses
ENVS 310: Geologic History: A Sense of Place
ENVS 410: Ecological History of North America and Its People

 

PLEASE NOTE: If you are interested in enrolling in one of the courses listed above, remember to check the Schedule of Classes or contact the offering department (e.g., Geography & Atmospheric Science) to verify that the course will be offered during the semester in which you plan to enroll in the course.

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