Dec 03, 2020  
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ANTH 334 - Anthropological Perspectives on the Native American Frontier


4 credits
Explores, through detailed case studies, the process of colonial and American expansion into and across North America and its impact on Native American culture, health, economy, and politics. Considers the agency by which Native American society survived this maelstrom of change, the strategies pursued by individuals and groups—both Euro-American and Indian—and the policy of the United States government to address the so-called Indian Problem” through the end of the nineteenth century. May be applied to the International Studies major and minor, and the Native American Studies minor and certificate. Approved for University Studies (Intergration - Strand J). Repeatable for a maximum of 12 credits. Prerequisite(s): Completion of all lower division University Studies requirements



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