Introduces students to the history of native peoples primarily in North America. The course includes histories of individual native groups as well as the relationship between American Indians and a variety of Europeans from before contact until the present. Examines a variety of primary and secondary materials to see patterns in the ways that Native Americans have been affected by the process of conquest, the ways in which Anglo-Europeans have responded to Native Americans, and in the ways in which American Indians have become a part of and remained apart from 'mainstream' American culture. As a broader goal, we also look at the way 'history' is made, understood, and used by very different cultural traditions. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Diverse Cultures and Critiques requirement. May meet either the Critical Perspectives: Global Cultures or Social Inequality requirement.
Also listed as: Also listed as Race and Ethnic Studies 200 and Southwest Studies 214.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Spring 2014||Block 6||History of Native America||Anne Hyde||TBA||15/7||12/09/2013|