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Shannon Speed, Director

Approved Courses for Summer and Fall 2014

The following classes, listed by department or school, have been approved for the Native American and Indigenous Studies Undergraduate Certificate for our Summer and Fall 2014 Semester 

Anthropology

ANT 336L (TallBear, Kim) Native American Cultures North of Mexico

ANT 326 (Wilson, Sam) Cultures in Contact 

ANT326D (Wade, Mariah) Native Americans in the Plains

ANT 326D (Cross-listed with HIS and AMS) (Wade, Mariah) Writing and Cultural Diversity Flags. 

ANT 322M/LAS324/MAS374 (Menchaca, Martha) Mexican American Indigenous Heritage.

ANT 340C (Sturm, Circe) Ethnographic Research Methods  

ANT 314C (E. Rodriguez) Intro to Mesoamerican Archeaology

English

E314V (Stewart, Anne): Native American Literature and Culture

Geography
UGS 302 (Deans Smith, Susan) When Worlds Collide:  Indigenous Peoples Under Spanish Colonial RuleUGS 303 (Knapp, Gregory) Latin America: Environmental History and Sustainability

History
HIS 350L/LAS 366 (Deans Smith, Susan) Rethinking the Conquest of Mexico

Spanish and Portuguese

SPN 355 (McDonough, Kelly) Topics in Latin American Literatures and Cultures: Cultures in Contact in Colonial Spanish America 

SPN 356 3 (Arias, Arturo) Contemporary Mesoamerican Indigenous Literatures

Religious Studies

RS 346/AMS 327 (Graber, Jennifer) Native American Religions

Summer Courses

ANT s324L (Speed) Global Indigenous Issues  GLOBAL INDIGENOUS ISSUES

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The following classes, listed by department or school, have been approved for the Native American and Indigenous Studies Undergraduate Certificate for our Spring 2014 Semester.

English

E379R Native America Literature- James Cox

History

HIS 363/LAS 366- Religion, Conquest, and Conversion in Colonial Mexico and Peru-Susan Deans-Smith

HIS 350L/LAS 366 Visual and Material Culture of Colonial Latin America-Susan Deans-Smith

Anthropology
ANT 320L 4-American Indian Languages and Cultures- Anthony Webster
ANT- 326D Native Americans in the Plains- Mariah Wade 

Geography
GRG 319 / LAS 319 Geography of Latin America- Gregory Knapp
GRG 331K / ANT 324L Topic 17  Cultural Ecology- Gregory Knapp
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The following classes, listed by department or school, have been approved for the Native American and Indigenous Studies Undergraduate Certificate for our Fall 2013 Semester.

Undergraduate Courses

Anthropology

ANT 322M:  Mexican American Indigenous Heritage

Martha Menchaca

ANT 326- Cultures in Contact

Sam Wilson

ANT 324L- The Black Indian Experience

Circe Sturm

Art History

ARH 347L- Mesoamerican Art and Architecture

Julia Guernsey

Geography

UGS 303- Latin America: Environmental History and Sustainability

Gregory Knapp

English

E314V Native American Lit and Cul
Cross-Listed with AMS 315F
Andrew Uzendoski

History

HIS 350R- Race & Citizenship In Us Hist

Anne M. Martínez

HIS 317L- Intro to American Indian History

Erika Bsumek

Spanish and Portuguese

SPN350- Indigenous Voices in Latin American Literature: Nahua Literary and Cultural

Kelly McDonough

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The following classes, listed by department or school, have been approved for the Native American and Indigenous Studies Undergraduate Certificate for our Spring 2013 Semester.

Anthropology

Brian Stross: Indians of Mexico and Guatemala ANT 322M

Art History

Julia Guernsey: The Relaciones Geograficas in 16th Century Mesoamerica ARH 390/LAS 381

David Stuart: The Painting Traditions of Mesoamerica ARH 390

Geography

Gregory Knapp: Geography of Latin America GRG 319

History

Susan Deans Smith: Rethinking the Conquest of Mexico HIS 350

Anne M. Martinez: Religion in the Borderlands HIS 389

Latin American Studies

Gregory Knapp: Geography of Latin America LAS 319

Kelly McDonough: Writing and Representation in Colonial Latin American SPN 380/ LAS 392S

Susan Deans Smith: Rethinking the Conquest of Mexico LAS 366 

Susan Deans Smith: Religion, Conquest and Conversion in Mexico and Peru LAS 366 

Religion

Susan Deans Smith: Religion, Conquest and Conversion in Mexico and Peru 

School for Undergraduate Studies 

Astrid Runggaldier and David Stuart: Signature Course: Maya Civilization (UGS 303)


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The following classes, listed by department or school, have been approved for the Native American and Indigenous Studies Undergraduate Certificate for our Fall 2012 Semester.

Anthropology

Samuel M. Wilson: Cultures in Contact ANT 326L

Art History

Julia Guernsey: Art and Architecture of Ancient Mesoamerica ARH 347L

David Stuart: Aztec Art and Civilization ARH 370

History

Erika Bsumek: Introduction to Native American History HIS 317

Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra: The Bible in Colonial Americas HIS 363K

Latin American Studies

Julia Guernsey: Art and Architecutre of Ancient Mesoamerica LAS 327

Rhetoric and Writing

Colleen Eils: Native American Literature and Culture 314V

Spanish

Arturo Arias: Literatura Indigena Contemporanea (taught in Spanish)

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