Class Schedule - Fall 2021
Interdisciplinary introduction surveys the stories, histories, and lands of tribal peoples who became known as "American Indians".
Same as PS 214. See PS 214.
Introduces students to the study of American Indian literature by focusing on texts by contemporary American Indian novelists, poets, and playwrights. Over the course of the semester, students will consider how indigenous aesthetics shape narrative in addition to examining how American Indian authors engage the legacies of colonization and the histories of their tribal communities through their stories. Same as ENGL 265.
Same as HIST 277. See HIST 277.
Same as AAS 357, ENGL 357, GWS 357, and LLS 357. See LLS 357.
Research and writing seminar that offers special topics based on current research questions and concerns in American Indian and indigenous Studies and opportunities for graduate students who have made considerable progress in defining a research project to advance the research and writing to the next stage (e.g., to include as a thesis or dissertation chapter or for publication). Topics vary. May be repeated as topic varies in subsequent semesters to a maximum of 8 hours. Prerequisite: AIS 501 and AIS 502, or consent of the instructor.