HistoryHIS 217 Critical Conversations in Native American History

Overview of key historical texts focusing on the Native American experience, with particular focus on scholarship that seeks to decolonize Western methodologies and research practices. Readings explore such topics as decolonization, indigenous identity, sovereignty, repatriation efforts, gender and sexuality, and historical memory. The format consists of discussions of readings. Students give oral presentations on the readings, and write book reviews and a final historiographical paper.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Fall

Instructor

Amy Lonetree