Native American Geographies

3 credits


College of Arts and Science

A survey of the Native American geographies in the United States. Historical and contemporary topics are covered employing cross-cultural perspectives, including some philosophical views of the Earth and society, sense of place, memory, sacred land, colonialism and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) representations, and natural resources. Recommended: This is an upper-division course. Junior standing is recommended.


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