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Dr. Miriam A. McNab

Associate Professor
Indigenous Studies
Phone:
306.931.1800 ext. 5206
Email:
mmcnab@firstnationsuniversity.ca

Credentials: 

  • PhD (Interdisciplinary: History, Native Studies, Women’s Studies), University of Saskatchewan 
  • MA (Anthropology, Native Studies), University of Saskatchewan 
  • BA (Anthropology) University of Saskatchewan 

Research Interests: 

  • Saskatchewan First Nations History
  • First Nations Women’s History and Women’s Work
  • George Gordon First Nation
  • Historic Indigenous-Settler Relations
  • Plains Cree Culture and History 

Expertise: 

  • Conducting Oral and Documentary Historical Research  

Courses Taught: 

  • INDG 100 – Intro to Indigenous Studies 
  • INDG 101/201 – Intro to Contemporary Indigenous Issues 
  • INDG 208 – Cree Culture and History 
  • INDG 221 – Métis Culture and History 
  • INDG 222 AB – 1885 and First Nations of Saskatchewan 
  • INDG 224 – Indigenous Political Systems of North America 
  • INDG 229 – Indigenous History within Canada: Western Canada  
  • INDG 260 – History of Residential Schools in Canada 
  • INDG 280 – Research Issues in Indigenous Studies 
  • INDG 281 – Methods and Theory in Documenting Oral Traditions 
  • INDG 282 – Methods in Indigenous Community-based Research 
  • INDG 305 – Urbanization and Indigenous Peoples 
  • INST 324 – Politics and the Indigenous Peoples of Canada 
  • INDG 358 – Roles of Women in Indigenous Societies 
  • INDG 380 – Research Methods in Indigenous Studies 
  • INDG 421 – Issues in Indigenous Self-Determination 
  • INDG 428 – Ethnohistory: Theory and Method in the Study of Peoples of the Americas 
  • INDG 490 – Honours Seminar 
  • INDG 491 – Honours Thesis
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