HUM 335. Introduction to Indigenous Studies. 3 Hours NW / H.

This course is an introduction to the study of modern and historic indigenous peoples. It surveys the concepts, methods and content relevant to Indigenous Studies, using case studies drawn from the diverse indigenous cultures. Special attention is paid to the various ways in which standard academic disciplines --history, anthropology, literature, law, political science, among others --contribute to the study of Indigenous cultures and current issues. The course illustrates that the social, political, religious, and economic aspects of indigenous life are interconnected and tribal histories and cultures cannot be understood without an awareness of these fields. (Same as ISP 335.) LEC.

Bachelor of Science in Education

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..._____ HUM 304 World Literature I HUM 308...Classroom 3 C&T 335 Curriculum and Instruction...

Minor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

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...WGSS/HUM 570 Men and Masculinities WGSS/HUM...Literature WGSS/JWSH/HIST 335 History of Jewish...