AMST 3104 Native American and Indigenous Studies of North America

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as AMER 52.
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3 hours; 3 credits

A survey of important moments in Indigenous peoples? history, including as it relates to the nation building of the United States of America. Focus on settler colonialism, Indigenous sovereignty, and Indigenous futurity. May combine critical anthropological theory, history, social media, and popular culture such as music, film, and literature to better situate and understand the myriad Indigenous tribal nations of North America in the present. This course is the same as ANTH 3510.

Prerequisite: English 1010; American Studies 1010; Anthropology 1001; or permission of program director.


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