Excursion Course: Indigenous Health and Healing in the Six Nations, Fall 2017

Indigenous Health and Healing in the Six Nations: Experiential Learning and Dialogue,
University of Toronto

Applications are due July 30th

Health Studies and Indigenous Studies will be offering a 0.5 FCE excursion course entitledIndigenous Health and Healing in theSix Nations: Experiential Learning and Dialogue. Students will travel to and stay overnight for four nights in the Six Nations of the Grand River, the most populous First Nation reserve in Canada. With the assistance of Canadian Roots Exchange, Elders, and local educators, Indigenous and non-Indigenous students will engage in experiential learning and dialogue about health and wellbeing in this community.
The course involves group activities and site visits during November reading week, preparation during the preceding weeks, and complementary practical work and meetings after the trip.

To apply for the course, please submit the application (available on the Health Studies websiteand Indigenous Studies website) to Prof. Sarah Wakefield, Director of Health Studies (healthstudies.director@utoronto.ca).

You cannot register for HST309H1F using ROSI. The enrolment indicator for HST309H1F is “E”, meaning that the department will enroll only those people whose applications are approved. There are a limited number of spaces in the course and so we cannot guarantee that all applicants will have a place. Please enroll in an additional 0.5FCE as a backup.

Applications will be reviewed and confirmed by mid-August.

Contact Info

Canadian Anthropology Society (CASCA)
c/o Karli Whitmore
125 rue Jean de la Londe, #301
Baie d'Urfe (Québec) H9X 3T8