We are an interdisciplinary undergraduate program that examines key issues that impact local and global First Nations peoples (Read More)
The Oneida Language course runs daily June 30 to August 1, 2014, from 9am to 2pm off campus at Oneida on the Thames. Permission of the First Nations Studies Acting Director, Dr. Rick Fehr is required prior to registration.
Students will learn Mohawk and will examine the relationships of that language to various culturally relevant concepts.
Learn Ojibway through sound, vocabulary, sentence structure, storytelling, songs, dances, plays and chants.
Events hosted by the First Nations Studies program and the First Nations Student Association (FNSA) can be found HERE. The Museum of Ontario Archeology also hosts events that showcase the cultural heritage of First Nations and are found HERE
Join Sadie Buck, Director and lead singer of the Six Nations Women Singers this Winter to explore aspects of Indigenousperformance and narative.
Examine Indigenous and non-Indigenous perceptions of land and landscapes, the divergent notions and cultural constructions of land and contemporary perspectives as Indigenous peoples connect with their lands and traditional practices.