This unit aims to introduce students to a range of issues facing indigenous peoples in various parts of the world, and to a variety of ideas and points of view in response to these issues. Students will be introduced to skills, ideas and techniques that equip them for cross-cultural work.
Describe a range of perspectives held by Indigenous peoples, and articulate issues from an insider perspective before, and as well as, critiquing them.
Use both emic and etic approaches in critiquing cultural issues related to Indigenous contexts.
Articulate and describe key issues affecting indigenous peoples from both a cultural and theological perspective
Develop a contextually appropriate solution to one of the identified issues.
Face to Face: Introductory sessions at Symposium. Attendance at last day of Remagining Home Conference Online: Discussions on reading material and Symposium sessions. Possible use of online video material as needed.
Bibliography for NAIITS Special Topics: Indigenous Symposium Seminar
|Type||Description||Word count||Weight (%)|
Face to face sessions during Symposium 1500 words
2000 word essay
Pre and post course reading report 1500 words
Online forum interactions 1000 words
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 16 Mar, 2017
Unit record last updated: 2019-05-31 07:59:30 +1000