In order to get back on track with the original schedule of classes/readings, please note that the following is the new schedule for the next classes that will ensure we are caught up by Thursday, January 31:
5. Thursday, January 24
- Film: Part 2 of Rabbit-proof Fence (Australia, 2003)
- Review and discussion of required readings.
- [MAAKA] Ch. 2, Trade, Slavery, Colonialism (Grant McCall), pp. 30-44.
- [MAAKA] Ch. 3, The Ecology of Ainu Autonomy and Dependence (Brett L. Walker), pp. 45-71.
- [MAAKA] Ch. 4, Hawai’I Under Non-Hawaiian Rule (Michael Kioni Dudley & Keoni Kealoha Agard), pp. 72-90
Reminder: Essay #1 is due today at the start of class, in class. Worth 10% of the final grade.
6. Tuesday, January 29
- Lecture: “Genocide and Ethnocide: Attempting Extinction in Practice”
- Review and discussion of required readings:
- [MAAKA] Ch. 6, Extract from A Little Matter of Genocide: Holocaust and Denial in the Americas, 1492 to the Present (Russell Means), p. 115.
- [MAAKA] Ch. 7, Settling In: Epidemics and Conquest to the End of the First Century (Noble David Cook), pp. 116-124.
- [MAAKA] Ch. 8, Confronting Australian Genocide (Colin Tatz), pp. 125-140.
- [MAAKA] Ch. 10, The Guaraní: The Economics of Ethnocide (Richard H. Robbins), pp. 150-157.
7. Thursday, January 31
- In place of a lecture, we will review the central ideas and information presented in the required readings:
- [SISSONS] Ch. 4, Indigenous Children, pp. 85-111.
- [MAAKA] Ch. 9, “Killing the Indian in the Child”: Four Centuries of Church-Run Schools (Suzanne Fournier and Ernie Crey), pp. 141-149.