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NAS 306 Indigenous People of the Americas

Indigenous Peoples of the Americas describes, compares and contrasts various Indigenous societies of North America before and after European and American invasions of their territories; analyzes possible reasons for any changes in Indigenous societies during those time periods; and analyzes the efficacy of Indigenous survival techniques of the last five centuries. Also, describes knowledge of and the ability to communicate significant information regarding Native American cultures, histories, federal and tribal law and government, community development, language, language and tradition, stewardship, sovereignty, and other issues affecting life in Indian country, especially from a Native American perspective; demonstrates the ability to research issues affecting life in Indian country by... Show More
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Rain Marshall
Rain Marshall (Faculty)
5 years ago
I would be interested in talking to any other Professors teaching Native American Studies, Indigenous studies, or Ethnic Studies courses online.