Settler Colonialism and Native American/Indigenous Communities

3 credits

SOCIOL 3720

Sociology
College of Arts and Science

This course focuses on the concepts of “colonization” and specifically “settler colonialism” as the increasingly prominent foci of discussions of social inequality and diversity. The course offers a generative examination of contemporary Native American/Indigenous communities through the lens of settler colonialism, and the relationship between these structures and communities and students’ own lives, interests, and careers. Recommended: SOCIOL 1000.