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Course Catalog 2005-2006 
    
Course Catalog 2005-2006 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ANTH 232 - Native Americans: Contemporary Issues


3 SS
Second Semester. Second Module. This course focuses on a selected number of issues facing North American Indians. These include land rights, protection of the environment, creation of urban communities, challenges of economic development and education on the reservations, repatriation and reburial, exploitation of Native American images in the market economy, revitalization movements, and other topics. The course emphasizes native strategies of political and cultural survival amid incorporation into the world system. Through videos and presentations by invited speakers, the class will be particularly attentive to native voices and perspectives.

Prerequisites & Notes

One introductory course (100 level) in anthropology or equivalent.
Enrollment Limit: 25.
Ms. Pagliai

Next offered 2006-2007.

Credits: 2 hours


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