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Courses at Laurier with Aboriginal Content 2013-2014



Courses at Laurier with Aboriginal Content 2013-2014
 
Fall 2013- BRANTFORD

Course  Title/Description  Day/Time  Prof
 CC100 Introduction to Criminology  TR 16:00-17:20 (RCW002)
Fleming, Thomas
 CT120/ ID120 Indigenous People in a Contemporary World

 TR 10:00-11:20 (OD107)

 WF 11:30-12:50 (RCW002)

 Chretien, Annette
 CT205/ ID205 Indigenous People and Anthropology  WF 8:30-9:50 (OD205)
Warrick, Gary
 EN280 Indigenous Writers in English  MW 17:30-18:50 (CB206)
Leclair, Carole
 HR323/ LY323 Rights in Canada: Rights, Freedoms and the Charter  TR 14:30-15:50 (OD205)
Robinson, Andrew
 ID227 The People of the Longhouse  16:00-17:20 (RCE319)
 Miller, Joan

 
Fall 2013- WATERLOO

Course  Title/Description  Day/Time  Prof
 AN101 Sociocultural Anthropology (2 sections)

 A- MWF 9:30-10:20 (BA102)

 B- MWF 13:30-14:20 (P1025/27)

Gulewitsch, Victor
 AN201 Aboriginal Peoples of Canada: Ethnohistorical Perspectives

 T/R 13:00-14:20 (1C17)

Christie, Laird
 CC100 Introduction to Criminology  M 19:00-21:50 (BA102)  Welsh, Andrew
 CS304 Canadian Communicaiton Thought  M 19:00-21:50 (2-108)  Ouellet, Pierre
 EN280
 Indigenous Writers in English
TR 8:30-9:50
Kerber, Jenny
 HE301 Social Deteriminants of Health  T/R 10:00-11:20 (N1044) Travers, Robb
 NO202 Narrative, Place, and Identity in North America  M 9:30-12:20 (BA209) Roberts, Katherine
 NO211 Canadian Identities & Cultures  M 13:30-16:20 (BA110) Spooner, Kevin
 NO309g  Decolonizing North America  W 13:30-16:20 Downey, Allan
 PO431 The State and Nation in Canada  R 10:00-12:50 (1-101B) Broschek, Jorg
 PP223 Contemporary Moral Issues  T/R 11:30-12:50 (2-106) Simpson, MC
 RE100 Religions of the Americas: Indigenous, African, and European  T/R 13:00-13:50 (BA101) Fox Tree, Erich

 
Winter 2014- BRANTFORD

Course  Title/Description  Day/Time  Prof
 CC100 Introduction to Criminology  W 19:00-21:50 (RCW002)
Izarali, M. Raymond
 CT120/ ID120 Indigenous People in a Contemporary World  T/R 10:00-11:20 (OD107)
Leclair, Carole
 HI344 Native Peoples in Eastern Canada  WF 14:30-15:50 (CB206)
Warrick, Gary
 ID102
 Indigenous People in a Contemporary World
 TR 10:00-11:20 (OD107)
Leclair, Carole
 ID207 Indigenous Women  M 11:30-14:20 (RCE319)
Anderson, Kim
 ID303 Indigenous Education  T/R 8:30-9:50 (RCE319)
Leclair, Carole

 
Winter 2014- WATERLOO

 Course  Title/Decription  Day/Time  Prof
 AN101 Sociocultural Anthropology (2 Sections)

C- MWF 9:30-10:20 (BA101)

D- MWF 11:30-12:20 (BA101)

 Gulewitsch, Victor
 AN229 Aboriginal Peoples of Canada: Contemporary Issues  T/ R 11:30-12:50  Christie, Laird
 HI258
 Natives and Empires
 MWF 1:30-2:20 (+tutorial)
 Neylan, Susan
 NO309f  Aboriginal Representation in Contemporary Canada  T/ R 8:30-9:50 (2-106) Brydon, Anne
 PO264 The Practice of Politics in Canada  M 19:00-21:50 (N1002) Alcantara, Christopher
 PO373 Aboriginal Politics and the Canadian State  MW 17:30-18:50 (2-104)  Lochead, Karen
 PO433 Issues and Policy Making in Canada  T 16:00-18:50 (1C17)  Grundy, John
 RE211 Indigenous Religions  TR 11:30-12:50 (BA110) Fox Tree, Erich
 WS290c Indigenous Women in Canada  TR 1-2:20pm  Stote, Karen