Anishinaabe 13 Moons: Awakening the Spiral

Code: LIBS1075

Course description

Explore a year of Anishinaabe life by being exposed to various cultural activities practiced throughout a thirteen moon cycle. Anishinaabe is the name of an indigenous people who thrived throughout the woodlands of present day Canada and includes the Ojibway, Mississaugas, and Odawa. By honouring the earth, fire, wind, and water the Anishinaabe lived harmoniously with all of creation. Customary teachings including storytelling, maple sugar making, fishing, wild harvesting, planting, fasting, and sweat lodge ceremonies. These activities are known collectively as mino bimaadiziwin “the way of a good life." Awaken the spiral within and learn the four pillars of the Anishinaabe worldview.

Course details

Hours: 42
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None

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Registration dates

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Winter 2022 registration opens November 1, 2021. Spring 2022 registration opens February 7, 2022.