Native American History and Culture

HIS325

Combined historical and anthropological survey of complicated cultural and historical realities. Emphasis on the active role that Native Americans have taken in the creation of their own history. Topics include pre-Columbian societies, cultural adaptation, removal, the Reservation Age, resistance movements, the Indian New Deal, postwar activism, and cultural revitalization. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): ENL121 or ENL201. (Cultural Diversity, Writing Enriched)