Critical Native and Indigenous Studies, 3 pts, GR5480
CRIT NATIVE/INDIGENOUS STUDIES
This course is an interdisciplinary survey of the literature and issues that comprise Native American and Indigenous Studies. Readings for this course are organized around the concepts of indigeneity, coloniality, power and "resistance" and concomitantly interrogate these concepts for social and cultural analysis. The syllabus is derived from some of the "classic" and canonical works in Native American Studies such as Custer Died for Your Sins but will also require an engagement with less canonical works such as Red Man's Appeal to Justice in addition to historical, ethnographic and theoretical contributions from scholars that work outside of Native American and Indigenous Studies. This course is open to graduate students and advanced undergraduates.
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- T 4:10pm-6:00pm 963 EXT Schermerhorn Hall [SCH]
- Audra Simpson