PAS 23310 NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURE 3 Credit Hours
Introduces American Indian culture, sovereignty and civil rights. Ensures an understanding of self-determination in the context of the colonization and decolonization process, through the use of American Indian literature, philosophy, politics and other cultural outlets. Being that we all live in a broader community, students also examine historical and contemporary relationships with the African American community and other ethnic communities in the US.
Schedule Type: Lecture
Contact Hours: 3 lecture
Grade Mode: Standard Letter