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as of 6/24/2019

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, POPULATIONS AND COMMUNITIES
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Australia - Australian National University - 'Australian Universities'
UC Course SubjectAustralian Studies
Number & Suffix: 21
Full UC Title: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, POPULATIONS AND COMMUNITIES 
Transcript Title: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES 
UC QTR Units - Division: 6.0 - Lower Division 
Course Description: This course introduces students to notions of Indigenous peoples, populations, and communities through a number of academic and Indigenous perspectives. Using a number of case studies, the course explores five subject areas: cultures and language, politics, policy and law, environment and development, health and wellbeing, and cultural arts. The course is a starting point for the Australian Indigenous Studies major and minor, and complements a variety of allied fields of study. The course deploys social science theories and Indigenous knowledge frameworks to analyze the relationship of Indigenous peoples with their land and seas and with wider Australia through four major themes: identity, equity, representation, and resilience. A critical component of the course is two-way learning that draws on Indigenous and Western domains of knowledge as presented by both Indigenous and non-Indigenous academics and cultural practitioners. 
Language of Instruction: English
 
Partner Title: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, POPULATIONS, AND COMMUNITIES 
Partner University Department: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research 
Partner University Course Number: INDG1001