HUM-3110 Native American History and Culture

3 credits

Prerequisite: None.

This course focuses upon the Native American experience in North America, using three distinct perspectives: historical ethnography, with its interdisciplinary emphasis on post-contact native culture; Native American literature, emphasizing oral and written traditions as well as myth and legends; and political science, which focuses on the sometimes troubled continent. Selected aspects of material culture, art history and other disciplines will also be incorporated.

Meets Part III of the GECC.