American Indian Workshop

American Indian Studies in Europe

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Virtual Canadian Studies (VCS)

[Gesellschaft für Kanada-Studien (GKS) / Association of Canadian Studies in German-speaking countries / L'association d' études canadiennes dans les pays de langue allemande]

Indigenous Nations of Canada – Plateau Region

[October 21, 2018 - February 03, 2019]

This course is designed for students, Ph.D. candidates, school and university teachers, who need an additional qualification in Canadian Indigenous Studies.

The aim of this course is to give an overview on the indigenous population of the Canadian Plateau Region (British Columbia) - their culture and present activities for survival and revival.

The following First Nations will be discuss:

Topics of the course are:

All reading material will be provided online for download. The reading material will be discussed in bi-weekly online chat sessions.

Tutor: Renate Bartl, Dr. des., Munich/Germany (bartl@american-indian-workshop.org)

Registration Deadline: October 15, 2018

Course starts: October 21, 2018 / 09:00 – 11:00 am CET (s.t.)

Online Chat Sessions: Sundays, 09:00 – 11:00 am CET (s.t.)

(2018: 21.10. / 04.11. / 18.11. / 02.12. / 16.12. / 2019: 20.01. / 03.02.)

Format: long-distance e-learning, courses are taught on a biweekly basis (double sessions)

Entry requirements:

Registration fee: 50 Euro (participants outside the Euro Zone: 60 Euro)

Registration and Contact: vcs.kanada-studien.de



American Indigenous Research Association

The certification in Indigenous Research Methods and Methodologies is designed for researchers who wish to do research in Indigenous communities. The classes in this certification focus on the cultural aspect of Indigenous research methods as they relate to all sciences. Included are current theories of Indigenous research, explorations of the purpose of Indigenous research, both historical and contemporary; roles and responsibilities of an Indigenous researcher; oral and recorded traditions and sources of information; and other important issues that face Indigenous researchers, both now and in future. Students will apply the Indigenous paradigm to their research proposal.



University of Oklahoma (Open Access Course)

Native Peoples of Oklahoma




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Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC




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