English 9182B

Trans-National Indigenous Feminist and LGBTQ2I Literature and Scholarship

Instructor: Professor J. Emberley.
Winter Half Course.

Students will read Indigenous literatures and critical writings on sexuality, identity and knowledge from specific communities in Canada, such as Anishanaabe, Cree, Métis and Inuit, and in transnational contexts such as Maori and Aboriginal Australian. Students will learn about Indigenous knowledges, representations and histories of sexuality, and the social and political challenges in protecting gender and sexual rights in their communities and in the nation-state today.