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ANT 310 - Indigenous Perspectives in the U.S. and Beyond: Home

Spring 2022 - Instructor: Dr. Sarah Quick

Course Description

This course examines the unique perspectives of those who identify as Indigenous.  While we consider some historical issues, our focus is more on the contemporary Indigenous experience. Topic coverage includes migrations and diaspora; religious and language revitalization, Indigenous media; material and expressive culture and the issue of appropriation; Gender identities; as well as foodways and food sovereignty. This course will also include at least a couple of field trips, one with a focus on the Osage Nation and the other to Tulsa, Oklahoma to consider Indigenous art and artists.

Course Textbook

Course Textbook - Open Access

General Course Information

Tues/Thurs  1:00pm - 2:15pm

RBAC 162

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