Native American, Indigenous, and Land-Based Social and Political Philosophy
This week-long Institute is designed to give philosophy teachers the tools to approach, and successfully integrate in their general undergraduate courses, contemporary issues in Native American, Indigenous and Land-Based social and political philosophy. The curriculum will center on 5 key concepts in Indigenous resistance work: Sovereignty, Land, Decolonization, Indigenous Feminisms, and Cultural Reclamation.
Lecturers and Visiting Faculty
Joseph Len Miller; Yann Allard-Tremblay; Kyle Powys Whyte
Funded through the Division of Education Programs