AMERICAN INDIAN ETHNOLOGY


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Fall 2005
Tuesdays 3:30 to 6:15
PCA 150
Architecture Bldg.

 
Florida International University
University Park Campus - Miami, Florida
                         Contemporary          
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Anthropology
ANT 4312-U01, or Liberal Studies Colloquia - IDS 4920-U01
   


This course is an introduction to Native American culture. It focuses on the indigenous peoples of North America with a special emphasis on the historical, archaeological, economical, environmental, political, legal, spiritual and artistic aspects of Native America. Native cultures of Florida are highlighted. Special attention is given to how sociocultural methods and theories can be used to understand the past as well as contemporary life.

 
 
 
   
Instructed by Dennis Wiedman, Ph.D. Associate Professor

2005 Course Syllabus:
Requirements, Schedule, Readings, etc.


This is a WebCT Assisted Course
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Version of August 29, 2005