Native American Studies: Contemporary Perspectives
This one-semester course examines the social, economic, religious, and political issues that Native Americans face in today’s world. It looks at a number of Native American professionals and their efforts to eradicate the negative stereotypes that still surround Native American cultures. The course also sheds light on the important contributions that Native Americans have made to art and spirituality. And it demonstrates how both Native American traditions and the fight for Native American civil rights have shaped the history and social fabric of the United States.