Summer and Fall Native American Studies Courses
During the May summer session (May 16-27) Service Learning in Native America (ANTH 19000) and Race & Ethnicity (SOCI 20700) will be taught. Jack Rossen will also be offering the Archaeological Field School (6 credits) through TC3 from June 2 to July 2. The gateway course for the minor is offered in the Fall, North American Indians (ANTH 27000), by Native American Studies/Anthropology diversity scholar in residence Hollie Kulago. In the Fall, the courses include Cultural Anthropology (ANTH 10400, 8 sections), Native Americans and the Environment (ANTH 27700), People, Plants and Culture (ANTH 25100), Introduction to World Religions (RLST 10500, 3 sections), Political Justice (POLT 12300, 2 sections), Tribes and Scribes (Ithaca Seminar ICSM 10800) and Social Aspect of Sport (SPMM 29500). Other courses with Native content can also be considered for the minor. For a full listing of courses go to "documents" at /hs/minors/native_american/ or contact Brooke Hansen (Anthropology) firstname.lastname@example.org or 274-3326.