American Studies | Indigenous World Views in the Americas
A275 | 10479 | Jackson

Course meets with FOLK-F275

A survey of some basic aspects of Indigenous lifeways, this course
introduces comparative cultural analysis, providing a foundational
course for those interested in thinking about how others think and
about how we think about otherness. Students will examine mythology,
ritual, health, art, and philosophy within the context of
colonialism and globalization. While the emphasis will be on the
experiences and circumstances of Indigenous peoples in North
America, some comparative attention will be given to Indigenous
peoples elsewhere in the Western Hemisphere and globally. General
theoretical and methodological perspectives will be introduced in
the context of considering specific situations.

Course carries COLL S&H distribution credit
Course carries Cultural Studies Credit