ABST-100

Yinka Dene Worldview

CREDITS: 3
LENGTH: 15 weeks
CAMPUS: Prince George
REQUISITES: None
 
DESCRIPTION:
History and Traditions of the Carrier People. This course is based on the traditional knowledge holders of our communities who are versed in the traditional ways of knowing that is not written down in any text but passed down through oral traditions. The course provides students with an in-depth study of Yinka Dene culture, language, spirituality, community, and social structures. Elders and topics will focus on the Yinka Dene of the north central interior of British Columbia.

Course Schedule

ID SEMESTER CAMPUS DELIVERY LOCATION INSTRUCTOR STARTS ENDS MEETS
101 Fall 2022 Prince George Unknown 1-309 B. Allan September 6 December 16 W F 2:00PM
102 Fall 2022 Prince George Unknown 3-350 S. John September 6 December 16 Tu Th 5:00PM
103 Fall 2022 Prince George Unknown ONLINE S. John September 6 December 16 M 6:30PM
101 Spring 2023 Prince George Unknown 1-306 B. Allan January 9 April 28 Tu Th 12:30PM
102 Spring 2023 Prince George Unknown 1-306 B. Allan January 9 April 28 Tu Th 12:30PM
103 Spring 2023 Prince George Unknown 2-121 B. Allan January 9 April 28 M W 3:00PM
104 Spring 2023 Prince George Unknown ONLINE S. John January 9 April 28 M W 11:00AM
105 Spring 2023 Prince George Unknown ONLINE S. John January 9 April 28 M W 5:00PM

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