COR 351 UNDERSTANDING CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN INDIAN COMMUNITIES

This seminar will use a series of case studies to examine how, why, and with what consequences contemporary Native peoples in the United States have maintained crucial institutions and practices that affirm the vitality of indigenous cultures and worldviews. 

Credits

4 sh

Prerequisite

Open to students in the third or fourth year of study.

Course Types

COR Capstone seminar

Notes

This course is writing intensive.

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