AMS f321 • American Indian Culture North of Mexico
10:00 AM-11:30 AM
This class is an advanced course for upper division undergraduates and graduate students.
This course is an interdisciplinary introduction to the history and cultures of the Native American peoples north of Mexico. A variety of approaches will be considered in the course, including ethnographic, historical, ecological, linguistic, literary, and autobiographical approaches.
Requirements include regular attendance, completion of three in-class exams and either a final essay exam or an independent research project. (The research project is required of graduate students.) Extra credit will be given for reports on cultural events such as exhibits and powwows.