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Faculty of Arts

INLB: Indigenous Land-Based Studies

INLB 201 (3-12) d Special Topics in Indigenous Land-based Studies
Topics and location will vary from year to year. Experiential, intensive land-based course designed and delivered in collaboration with academic faculty and Indigenous community partner(s). For further information, email inlb.arts@ubc.ca.
INLB 210 (3-12) d Land and Indigenous Self-Determination: Introduction to Theoretical Perspectives
Cultural, political, and economic context that informs the experiences of Indigenous people and communities. Experiential, intensive land-based course designed and delivered in collaboration with academic faculty and Indigenous community partner(s).
INLB 220 (3-12) d Land and Indigenous Self-Determination: Introduction to Methods and Application
Applied cultural, political, and economic land-based practices that inform and advance Indigenous self-determination. Experiential, intensive land-based course designed and delivered in collaboration with academic faculty and Indigenous community partner(s).
INLB 250 (3-12) d Indigenous Knowledge, Science, and Environmental Justice
Indigenous ecological knowledge, its intersections with western scientific knowledge, and approaches to environmental justice. Experiential, intensive land-based course designed and delivered in collaboration with academic faculty and Indigenous community partner(s).
INLB 251 (3-12) d Introduction to Indigenous Health, Wellness, and Self-determination
Introduction to the social, political, cultural, and gendered determinants of Indigenous Peoples' health and wellness. Experiential, intensive land-based course designed and delivered in collaboration with academic faculty and Indigenous community partner(s).
INLB 252 (3-12) d Introduction to Gender Justice and Indigenous Communities
Introduction to the politics of gender and sexuality from Indigenous perspectives, with a focus on intersectionality. Experiential, intensive land-based course designed and delivered in collaboration with academic faculty and Indigenous community partner(s).
INLB 310 (3-12) d Land and Indigenous Self-Determination: Advanced Theoretical Perspectives
Theorizing land and self-determination from Indigenous cultural, political, and economic perspectives. Experiential, intensive land-based course designed and delivered in collaboration with academic faculty and Indigenous community partner(s).
Prerequisite: INLB 210.
INLB 320 (3-12) d Land and Indigenous Self-Determination: Advanced Methods and Application
Advanced cultural, political, and economic land-based practices that guide decolonization and Indigenous self-determination. Experiential, intensive land-based course designed and delivered in collaboration with academic faculty and Indigenous community partner(s).
Prerequisite: INLB 220.
INLB 401 (3-12) d Advanced Special Topics in Indigenous Land-Based Studies
Topics and location will vary from year to year. Advanced experiential, intensive land-based course designed and delivered in collaboration with academic faculty and Indigenous community partner(s). For further information please consult the departmental website.
INLB 450 (3-12) d Decolonizing Science and the Politics of Sustainability
Decolonizing ecological knowledge, environmental justice, and the discourse of sustainability. Experiential, intensive land-based course designed and delivered in collaboration with academic faculty and Indigenous community partner(s).
INLB 451 (3-12) d Decolonizing Indigenous Health and Wellness
The colonial determinants of Indigenous Peoples' health and wellness. The governance of land in relation to health. Experiential, intensive land-based course designed and delivered in collaboration with academic faculty and Indigenous community partner(s).
INLB 452 (3-12) d Gender Justice and Indigenous Resurgence
The theory and politics of gender and sexuality from Indigenous perspectives. Emphasis on decolonial and intersectional Indigenous feminisms and queer/two-spirit theory. Experiential, intensive land-based course designed and delivered in collaboration with academic faculty and Indigenous community partner(s). Students are eligible for Pass/Fail or percentage grading.

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