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Indigenous Canada (Coursera)

Indigenous Canada is a 12-lesson Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) that explores Indigenous histories and contemporary issues in Canada. From an Indigenous perspective, this course explores key issues facing Indigenous peoples today from a historical and critical perspective highlighting national and local Indigenous-settler [...]

Solving Sustainability Challenges with Te Ao Māori (Māori World View) (FutureLearn)

Explore the principles of a Māori world view and how indigenous perspectives can help enrich sustainability practices. Understand the value of Te Ao Māori. Learning from other cultures gives you the opportunity to question your own assumptions about how the world works. It’s also a chance to draw on [...]

Indigenous Religions & Ecology (Coursera)

Jun 27th 2022
Indigenous Religions & Ecology (Coursera)
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At first glance the fields of religion and ecology may seem and unlikely pairing, but a deeper consideration reveals the two have a great deal to contribute to one another and are indeed inextricably linked. Religions recognize the unity and interdependence of humans with nature. Ecological sciences affirm this [...]

Arctic Economy (Coursera)

Arctic communities have diverse histories and roles in local, regional and global economies. However, the scope and scale of globalization has increased so quickly that vulnerable Arctic communities are facing new kinds of challenges to their survival. In this 3-week MOOC, a unique collaboration between the University of Alberta [...]

Climate change and Indigenous People and local communities (Coursera)

Climate change is a global phenomenon, but its impacts vary among different social groups, who perceive and adapt to climate change impacts in different ways. In this course, you will: a) understand the different debates around climate change impacts on Indigenous Peoples and local communities (IPLC); b) familiarize yourself [...]

Salmon, People, and Place (edX)

This course explores the relationships between salmon and people with an emphasis on the special ties of salmon to Indigenous peoples and to Alaska Natives in particular. No wild animal has more profoundly influenced the cultures and well-being of societies in North America than salmon. Salmon and people have [...]

Arte indígena contemporáneo (edX)

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Arte indígena contemporáneo (edX)
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Aprende y reflexiona sobre las experiencias estéticas culturales desde el quehacer artístico y social de los pueblos indígenas, a través un diálogo entre la contemporaneidad y el pensamiento ancestral indígena.

One Health: A Ten Thousand Year-Old View into the Future (edX)

Explore the connectedness of people, animals, and the environment through this unique approach to One Health that connects traditional ways of knowing with the natural and social sciences. Combine Western and Indigenous knowledge to form a holistic understanding of the future of life in the Circumpolar [...]

Reconciliation Through Indigenous Education (edX)

Advancing reconciliation in classrooms, organizations, and communities through the teaching and learning of Indigenous ways of knowing. This course will help you envision how Indigenous histories, perspectives, worldviews, and approaches to learning can be made part of the work we do in classrooms, organizations, communities, and our everyday experiences [...]

Indigeneity as a Global Concept (FutureLearn)

Learn about the contemporary social, cultural, economic and political situations of indigenous peoples. Explore the global economic and political situations of indigenous peoples. This fascinating three-week course will explore the contemporary social, cultural, economic and political situations of indigenous peoples all across the [...]