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SOANĀ 234: Native North American Cultures and Religions

As an overview of the variety of belief systems and ways of life, this course explores ethnographic case studies of Native American groups from the major culture areas of North America north of Mexico. Topics addressed in this course include language families, social organization systems, ecological and economic adaptations, material culture, religions, and revitalization movements. This course will also examine the impacts of colonial encounters upon Native American cultures. Offered alternate years in the fall or spring semester. Counts toward American studies major, race and ethnic studies major and concentration, and linguistic studies concentration.

Environmental Studies

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...Science in Australia) SOAN 222 Cultural Anthropology (Environmental Science in Australia) ID 234 Human Geography...

American Studies

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...Policy SOAN 121 Introduction to Sociology SOAN 234 Native North American Cultures and Religions SOAN...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...SOAN 128 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology SOAN 234 Native North American Cultures and Religions SOAN...

Social Studies Education

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...00 SOAN 128 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology SOAN...Economics 1.00 ID 234 Human Geography of...

Linguistic Studies

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...in Auditory Cognition) SOAN 234 Native North American Cultures and Religions SOAN 242 Contemporary Native...

Middle Eastern Studies

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...Muslim Women Writers ID 234 Human Geography of...Studies REL 248 Judaism SOAN 235 Introduction to...