This history begins with an examination of Carleton's first acknowledgements of Indigenous peoples in their media offerings and course calendars, and follows the trajectory of academic and administrative initiatives in regard to Aboriginal programming, from the early 1940s to the present. While the report traces the ongoing efforts toward Indigenous inclusion at Carleton University, it is also a reflection of the contemporaneous social changes of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

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Keywords Indigenous peoples, University education, Carleton University, Curricula
Publisher Carleton University
Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.22215/sics2016-01
Note Commissioned by: The School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies, Carleton University. Prepared by: Jo-Anne M. Lawless, PhD Student, School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies, Under the supervision of: Dr. Kahente Horn-Miller, Associate Professor
Citation
Lawless, Jo-Anne M. (2016, April 30). A History of Aboriginal Programming at Carleton University. Carleton University. doi:10.22215/sics2016-01