HIST352 - American Indian History

General

Prefix

HIST

Course Number

352

Course ID

00000322

Course Level

Undergraduate

Instruction Mode

Lecture

Department(s)

Description

Tribal societies in North America, from earliest times to the present, tribal histories and cultures, intercultural relations, federal Indian policies and tribal responses, and American Indians today.

Cross Listed Courses

Prerequisites

No Requisites

Credits

Min

3

Max

3

Repeatable

No

Goals and Diversity

MN Goal Course

Yes

MN Goal Designation(s)

05, 07

Cultural Diversity

Yes

Learning Outcomes

Outcome

In a manner suitable for an upper-division course, read and analyze primary and secondary sources pertaining to significant individuals, events, and developments related to American Indian history and varied tribal histories.

Outcome

In a manner suitable for an upper-division course, examine and articulate themes and examples of the complicated nature of intercultural relations between American Indians and non-Indians, varied dimensions of federal Indian policy, tribal and American Indian resistance, tribal adaptations and cultural persistence, and intra-tribal and intertribal diversity.

Outcome

In a manner suitable for an upper-division course, write well-structured essays that examine significant themes in American Indian history.

Outcome

In a manner suitable for an upper-division course, explore how American Indian peoples and communities relate to, diverge from, and contribute to narratives of American history.

Outcome

In a manner suitable for an upper-division course, conduct historical research on a particular American Indian tribe, critically examine perspectives of distinct sources pertaining to that tribe or community, and develop a deeper understanding of historical and ethno-historical scholarship.

Course Outline

Course Outline

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Dependencies

No dependencies