Indigenous Perspectives on Mining

This course explores mining from the standpoint of Indigenous people and their communities in North America. It introduces First Nations historical, social, political, environmental, cultural, economic development perspectives and the changing relationship with the land. Topics include Indigenous knowledge and mining, mining in northern Ontario First Nations, economic development agreements, cultural impacts of mining and Elder teachings (lec. 3) cr 3. Prerequisite: 18 university credits

INDG-2146EL
University of Sudbury
3.00
UG