Native American Studies 90, Section 1

Myth, Memory, and History: Understanding Native America (4 units, LG)

Lecturer Diane Pearson
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 11:00-12:00, 209 Dwinelle Hall, Class number: 18017

This course provides an overview of the history of the indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere, and proceeds from the premise that knowledge of Native America is essential to the study of the Western Hemisphere. It will survey a number of societies, cultures, lifestyles, and contemporary and historical issues.

Instructor Bio

Dr. Pearson holds a Ph.D. in American Indian Studies and specializes in American Indian law and policy, societies and culture, and education.

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Breadth Information

This seminar may be used to satisfy the Social and Behavioral Sciences or Historical Studies breadth requirement in Letters and Science.

This seminar is part of the following programs

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