Course Detail
Course Components:
This course examines theories, methods, and forms of Indigenous communication in Indigenous Nations and communities located in North America, the Pacific, Hawai’i, Australia, Aotearoa, and elsewhere. It draws from theories and practices of communication that relate to, for example, Indigenous sovereignty, self-determination, anti-colonialism, and survivance. The course highlights Indigenous voices, perspectives, theories, research, and methods as related to historical and contemporary issues of digital technology, politics, activism, visual/textual production and representation, cultural preservation, and protection of land.