Course: AIS 250. American Indians and U.S. History (3)

A survey of selected major events in U.S. history from the perspective of American Indians, especially as they relate to key concepts in American Indian Studies, such as settler colonialism, nationhood, sovereignty, citizenship, racialization, and treaty rights vs. civil rights. Examines the relationship of American Indian nations to state and federal governments, including the impact of important U.S. Supreme Court cases. Meets the Ethnic Studies requirement. (Available for General Education, C3 American History, Institutions and Ideals.) (ES)

Fall-2024 - Schedule of Classes

AIS 250

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