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NORW 244: The Sámi: Traditions in Transition

This interdisciplinary course explores the Sámi, an indigenous people living mainly in the northern parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia. Students first place the Sámi in a historical-cultural context by examining the Sámi's social and economic systems, religion, customs, and values. The major portion of the course examines the Sámi primarily from within: the Sámi will present themselves through their literature, film, music, and art. Taught in English. Offered periodically. Counts toward linguistic studies concentration.

Linguistic Studies

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...Medieval Latin LNGST 396 Directed Undergraduate Research NORW 244 The Sami: Traditions in Transition PHIL...

Norwegian

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...U. Total Credits 9 1 NORW 130 , NORW 140 , NORW 244 , HIST 222 , or other...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...topic: Music of African Christianities, for majors) NORW 244 The Sami: Traditions in Transition (for...