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HIST0417

Modern Am Indian Social Hist

Modern American Indian Social History
Popular narratives of American Indian history often conclude with the 1890 Wounded Knee Massacre and fail to acknowledge the endurance and resurgence of modern Indian nations. In this readings seminar, we will examine Native life and the processes of accommodation, resistance, renewal, and change from the reservation era to the present. Course topics will include: treaty rights and tribal sovereignty, federal Indian policy, pan-Indian movements, reservation governance and economic development, cultural revitalization, conflict over natural resources, identity politics, and urban experiences. We will also reflect upon the various interdisciplinary sources and interdisciplinary methods of American Indian studies. 3 hrs. sem.
Subject:
History
Department:
History
Division:
Humanities
Requirements Fulfilled:
HIS NOR SOC
Equivalent Courses:
AMST0417

Sections

Spring 2012

HIST0417A-S12 Seminar (Kiel)

Fall 2009

HIST0417A-F09 Seminar (Clinton)

Fall 2007

HIST0417A-F07 Seminar (Endicott)

Fall 2003

HIST0417A-F03 Seminar (Endicott)