University of Calgary

INDG 303 - Indigenous Ways of Knowing I - Winter 2011

An introduction to various Indigenous peoples ways of knowing (epistemology) with a special emphasis on the contextualization of knowledge-building. Deals with various aspects of building knowledge, such as listening, reflection, protocol, and experience. Note: Normally offered during Block Week. Pre-term study and field trip(s) are normally required and students will be required to cover field trip costs.
This course may not be repeated for credit.

Hours

  • H(3-0)

Notes

  • Normally offered during Block Week. Pre-term study and field trip(s) are normally required and students will be required to cover field trip costs. Anti: Not open to students with credit in Indigenous Studies 203, Social Work 203 or Social Work 553.30 or Social Work 553.33.

Sections

This course will be offered next in Winter 2012.
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