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HIS215 Native America

An introduction to main currents and continuing themes in the history and culture of the Native peoples of North America with particular focus upon those nations whose historic homelands now constitute the United States. Emphasized are those aspects of Native traditions which have particular relevance for the contemporary circumstances of individual Native Americans and tribal nations. Course content and activites are structured to afford substantial exposure to the dynamic of cross cultural conflict and the dynamics of that cultural preservation in circumstances of socioeconomic and political subjugation.

Credit Hours: 3

Academic Catalog 15-16